Epic Makes 2 major News channels!

Epic Players very fun “Little Shop Of Horrors” wasn’t only done very well. It made both WNYC News and FOX 5 news! Can you see the movement there so awesomely contributing too!? One where disabled actors get more recognition and love in society! The theaters they perform out now are fairly small. But, with the Read More

Little Shop of Horrors

Here is an article with two videos of the EPIC cast of Little Shop of Horrors! The 2nd video plays after the first one plays. It was done prior to the start of the production. At the fundraiser I went to- which I think was in May. https://vimeo.com/337842706 Aren’t they great?

Performing Arts for Neuro-typicals

Drama for people with ASD, can be life changing in numerous ways. But, drama where everyone in the cast is Neuro-typical and paid for their work. That can be the most supportive, and rewarding environment for us. A company that trains and showcases this community exclusively is unique to say the least. And now there Read More

Bachelor In Paradise Season 3

Isn’t this season far better then the previous season’s of this show!? I certainly think so! Have you realized how friendly everyone in it is with the exception of course of CHAD In the first couple episodes? Don’t you love that!? I do! Except Chad. But, I kinda feel a little bad for Chad too. Read More

Special Needs Trusts

On Qoura I just was one of 3 responders to a question about obtaining gaining benefits and a special needs Trust.- I highly recommend you read the question(s) and it’s answers. And feel free to follow me on there./ Request my answer to any of your questions concerning anything I know about. 😉 via PressSync

ReelAbilities Shorts NYC 2015

For new reader’s. I have posted a number of other ReelAbilities posts already if your lost. Please read some of them first. The ReelAbilities Film Festival has short or briefer films two  Some prior to a longer movie. Others, put together in one sitting. Here are the ones I saw. Again, if I underlined it- Read More

Free Sp. Needs Magazines

These magazines have digital and sometimes slick magazine, physical versions. Some highlight mostly certain countries services. And 1 is only a slick magazine. I cannot tell you I recommend them (I’m sorry, I only have so much time in a day). However,  these I visually skimmed info about them and the publishers that create them. Read More

Surfers For Autism- Updated

  Do know someone with ASD and amazing balance? I don’t! But, I haven’t died yet riding a bike! And yes, it’s only two tires. And NO. My balance and proprioception (A Fancy term meaning my body awareness in space- A Sensory issue) is very far from stellar.  Pretty impressive?!  I don’t know. But, this Read More

Want to be part of something GREAT?

ReelAbilities is currently hosted in over a dozen cities throughout the U.S.. Films are submitted from around the world. Over 500 apparently were submitted for this years film line up. I wonder what didn’t make the cut, and why. Don’t you?  The. Films can be in ANY language (They,  or the film production team, just Read More

Online Learning for the Disabled

This post is only addressing disabled adults who are HF. And moderatly to mildly effected buy there disabilities. People with trully, limited intellectual capabilities aren’t covered. Unless, it just so happens to also apply to them.  We all know how convenient online education is. But, do we see clearly some great benifits it has for Read More

WorldWide Autism Exercise specialists

  David S. Geslak (otherwise known as Coach Dave)  is the founder and president of “Exercise Connection” in Chicago. “Coach Dave” has been working with children with special needs,  and autistics, for nearly 11 yrs.  His team at “Exercise Connection”, focus on exercise as a form of treatment for those with autism and other neurological Read More

Am I Disabled? Or am I Learning Disabled more importantly?

   First off, this obviously isn’t the only post that will address this.  And I don’t care what country you live in. If your country serves the disabled enough, this is true. If it doesn’t. And your asking this, you need to move. This is THAT important.  And as some of you know, I don’t love the Read More

Glossary, level 2. Intro or prep?

This glossary is more advanced then the first in my pages section. Mentioned above. And yes, this makes it just as important as the first.   So, technically if I was allowed anouther page on the site, it should be.  Atleast part of it, is ever evolving as well.  Evolving as I’ll expand on it. Read More

Housing Support levels in the US

   In NJ, DDD which stands for Division of Developmental Disabilities is in charge of qualifying those with developmental disabilities for housing, recreational services, and obtaining funding for those who need it.  Every US state, buy law, is mandated to have there equivalent office and connections to services and grants for this purpose.  How to Read More

Exceptional Parent Magazine, free content

Atleast one of the connections below, defiantly can directly help non parental/ caregivers learn about content that likely could be relevant to them. Especially if you live in the US.  Regardless of the fact, that this is from an Exceptional Parent Magazine. A magazine you can only buy via subscription and via there website. I Read More

Dyslexic friendly fonts

Atleast 1 in 5 people are Dyslexic. I’m one of them. If you are, or might be, you might appreciate to know, there are now fonts that are supposed to help Dyslexics read better. To my knowledge, now, there are two that are specifically created to make a dyslexics life easier. Their both accessible for Read More

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