Disabilities stories, books, poems, and more

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Rubella Rachel was a character I began developing in 04, she has a rare condition which stops her from feeling pain. These were the jumping off points too that story... Read More

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At seven she played Mother to the brother twice her age. She was the one to watch him, make sure he ate, told him that he was special. She was far to grown for her age, and he would always have the mind of a toddler. Read More

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I didn't want to be dead, but I wanted to be whole, and now my leg was gone. Running was my life, it gave me my freedom, now I wondered what I would do. It didn't take long for me to realize that feeling sorry for myself just wasn't going… Read More

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Kirsten was one of those rare breeds now a day, always seemed perky, but not annoyingly so, because you knew she had seen her share of tears. Kirsten was not one to sit around feeling sorry for herself though. Sure she had those moments, MS, especailly when its so progressive… Read More

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Little girl lives with multiple disabilities. Read More

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Cups, platters came flying down with a loud this! Read More
This was an assigned paper connecting a group of people I thought struggled to achieve the American Dream and a solution I thought that could help them. Read More
Opinion article written for my A level English Language coursework, about Autism. Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 04, 2014

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This poem/song is to raise awareness and make a difference for people with intellectual, developmental and physical disabilities. Help me join in and spread kindness and acceptance everywhere. Read More

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I wrote this for a class project a couple years ago but I did some serious revision. Tell me what you think. Inspired by Anne Frank and the Holocaust Read More

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Everything is fine; That’s what my father said all the time. Read More

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It's a poem that I wrote regarding my views on the three monkeys and their meanings. It sorted of came up after seeing my brother's new tshirt of the three skulls. Read More

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IN this story from the autor of Bloodbond: Empathy, talks about the life and adventures of: Skullz, Lonewolf,Glossy,Ani and Crutch(later reffered as Emmett), they are five kids with learning disabilities and are known as the little kids. Watch as they try to have fun in the big world around them.… Read More

Book / Other

November 21, 2009

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This book, Violet's Way, is a realistic fiction/school story for ages around 9 and up about a girl who is in a wheelchair. Her voice cannot make sound so she uses a robotic box. It is about her life at school, home, and therapy and how she tries to fit… Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 21, 2009

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For people who are getting mocked and lied about for something you can't help. I really need to write something happier. Read More

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Photo of Helen Keller with her teacher, Anne Sullivan Read More
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