Patrick’s Inclusion Journey

Patrick Foraker, inclusion journey

Today, March 4th, marks the day to “End the Word”. This is a world-wide effort to stop using the word “retard” as a pejorative. I’ve worn my t-shirt with this logo for five years. If I were a classroom teacher, these would be my classroom rules. If you have these five qualities going on in your classroom . . .[Read more]

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Notes from Nashville – A City That Provides A Continuum of Inclusion

If you have a disability and want to live an inclusive life, you need a community that welcomes you. You need schools that fully include you. You need employment that is both competitive and integrated. You need living options that are inclusive. You need what Dr. Erik Carter so powerfully describes as something more than […]

The Blessings of Birmingham

Catholic school teachers in a nutshell: A Soul Generated By Love, A Heart Full of Grace Over the summer, many schools and families reached out to the National Catholic Board on Full Inclusion…asking for help, wondering about schools that offered a welcome, trying to find someplace that might open the doors to their child. The […]

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