The Globe and Mail

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The value of playing

We would go full of optimism and pride at how well Deane was doing, ready to list his accomplishments since our last visit. I left every time and dissolved into sobbing tears. Deane was born two months premature and for the first year of his life was followed by the preemie clinic at the hospital. … Continue reading

Finding a circle of friends

I always sit up and pay attention when disability issues appear in mainstream media. That was the case when I saw a personal essay in The Globe and Mail written by the mother of Ges, a Grade 4 boy with an unnamed disability. The story was entitled “What I’ve learned about the compassion of children.” … Continue reading