Children with special needs.


Kids with special needs are not weird or odd. They only want what everyone else wants. To be accepted.
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Jackie Prescott said...

I have worked with many types of special needs children and adults. They all want acceptance & love, just like the rest of the world.
It is society that needs to be taught how to be kind. Teach our children to be kind to anyone who is different from them. Start teaching acceptance of all people as early as possible.
I love all my special needs friends. They have taught me how to be a better person and to love everyone.

Unknown said...

Yes, we learn to love and accept them as they are.

Unknown said...

AYes from me,my beloved Son Champ..

Unknown said...

He was totaly blind..Passed at the tender-age of 31..Epilepsy did it..19th July 2018..I wouldn't call it a loan from god to be honest

Unknown said...

Some people in our society has to be enlightened that people with special needs are human beings just like everybody else.The love they deserve are the same love we cherish for ourselves, nothing less

Unknown said...

Some people in our society has to be enlightened that people with special needs are human beings just like everybody else.The love they deserve are the same love we cherish for ourselves, nothing less

Unknown said...

Some people in our society has to be enlightened that people with special needs are human beings just like everybody else.The love they deserve are the same love we cherish for ourselves, nothing less

Unknown said...

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Rob Thurston said...

I love this and our son Greg is the joy of our lives

Unknown said...

Yes we all need friendship love & acceptance . Especially Special needs people.

Rajesh Kumar Sharma said...

Being human and respecting everyone's humanity...no more, no less.

Kartick Das said...

I worked on a mentally challenged student of my school for 6 years. Captured the moments as much as was possible on my camera. I did resist all the bad efforts made against him. Guided him, cared him and loved him and ultimately he passed the Madhyamik Examination by securing highest marks from his school. Now he is doing his Higher Secondary study. I wrote a documentary book on him. But unfortunately no publisher shows interest in it. Presently working on a physical challenged student.
# Kartick Das

Unknown said...

My 10 yrs old son is suffering Of CP. He is my everything I can not do anything without him

Unknown said...

I have a niece who is so talented .....and is a special child. The family adores this lady and is a GIFT to our entire family..!!!

Gopal nathani said...

Children are gift of god... the challenge of any to maintain special children is for the parents Neibour society school the local government and the central government ... all owe their bit to such children of God and must help them in all any any possible manner.

Anonymous said...

EVERY CHILD BORN is different and ALL have different Needs. Some are just more UNIQUE. Remember ALL Children are SPECIAL. DON"T make your opinion of Handicap a Child's Handicap. ADULTS often create handicaps in "normal" children.

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Unknown said...

They're gift fr.god..

Kitkat said...

Yup- seen this myself.. especially with teachers at school they will take a healthy, funny and smart child and convinced he/her and parents that they have a mental illness..just because he is a little odd. Shame Shame Shame

Unknown said...

Excellent

Anonymous said...

Na

Dennis said...

They are gift from Almighty

Unknown said...

I love this!!! Shared!!! Aloha 🤙🏼

Unknown said...

குழந்தைகள் இறைவன் கொடுத்த வரம்.

Unknown said...

They're blessed to us.
Thanks for sharing this.

Unknown said...

I have 3 Children with special needs. I love them very much. I see how the world is to them. It's sad when they notice people say things about them. It's hard to hear they hide in the restroom because they don't have friends. My heart breaks. They will always be close to us. God put them here for a reason. Enjoy your children.

Anonymous said...

Of course. They are such a blessing to this world!!
They are at times the best teachers of our human kindness

Joan said...

And blessings to those who take the time to listen to them !!!

Unknown said...

I'VE WORKED WITH STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS FOR 42 years and I've also am a SPECIAL OLYMPIAN from South Bend,Indiana! All Children with Special Needs is RESPECT,LOVING, AND CHANCE TO BEA PART OF THE COMMUNITY IN EVERY STATE!

Kallmekrazi said...

Like in the movie Split, we see them as “less than” but in reality they are often “more than.” My 17 yr old daughter may be of “less than” average intelligence, but she is certainly “more than” when it comes to heart and understanding. I only wish I could have her love and outlook on life. BTW, she was born with Trisomy 21, more commonly called Down Syndrome.

Anonymous said...

In my experience what I've received in return is boundless love and gratitude.

Roz said...

I had a niece with special needs, one of the sweetest little girl you would ever have the HONOR and PRIVILEGE to know. She brought joy to everyone she was around. My sister and my brother-in-law were the BEST parents in the world. They loved her so unconditional. I loved going to Mississippi with my children to visit them. I LOVED my NIECE so very much
Her aunt Roz

James Alexander said...

This is wonderful. What can I do to help. I believe everyone that has a heart should look to get involved to see what they can do to help families with children with special needs. My heart really goes out to both the children and families.

Mimimason said...

Special needs for special families. My children grew up my sister with special needs and my step brother with special needs. They have been taught to respect,love, honor their accomplishments and at times live life thru their eyes. This is how I raised my 2 adult children, who now are passing their experiences onto their children

Unknown said...

So very true.


Unknown said...

everybody is born equal...

Noel said...

Every child has needs and they are all special

Unknown said...

You are doing the right thing ! God bless you !

Unknown said...

Special needs kids are just like you and I. God loves us all the same. Please don't bully or make fun of them. God bless you all

Unknown said...

My son with special needs is loved by all.
He is smarter than you think.
He has an amazing memory.
I have always loved him and will always love him

Unknown said...

Very great thinking about that children's. I will always love him.

Anonymous said...

This looks like the speech my daughter wrote

Unknown said...

These Children are unique you have to be near them to know them

Anonymous said...

I am privileged to be working with blind kids. To me they are not special needs children. They work hard , do the same work as other schools and they ate so proud of their achievements. The ones seeing them as special needs persons have to re think this , in their case they are going to achieve their goals. Very ambitious.

Alison said...

I've had connections with special needs kids all my life, but I would NEVER share this post because of the final sentence. It such a cheap guilt trip. I resent the implication that I don't have a strong heart if I don't share. So rude.

Unknown said...

I have a special needs son. and some people call him STUPID. but, in a way, He is smarter then the ones calling him STUPID. REALLY.

Anonymous said...

Many replys have said 'they want & deserve what we,,,', But, How do we treat ourselves?! (Stresses, Depression, Anxiety,,)
Will we Slow Down and allow ourselves to be vulnerable, enough to Love, appreciate, be a-part-of,??

ruth said...

Sweet memory of grandson Elijah Daniel Peterson😍 Love you, young man!!

Anonymous said...

同意

Gopal suthar said...

Children need only love, i feel happy when i look smile at my dauthers face, they are my life,

Gopal suthar said...

Children need only love, i feel happy when i look smile at my dauthers face, they are my life,

special love said...

Give your children many hugs and always say with your heartfelt word when you hug them “i love you very very much”.

Unknown said...

I am seeking help for my daughter who is MR. just want to give her social and education empowement.

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Anonymous said...

Nothing is human it is all a lie to every one it hurts animals around us like special animals are extinced because of humanity true facts man

Unknown said...

Sue Justicz,said
I had a special needs son and he was a real gift.
He taught me more about love than anything else
Thank you Robertfor all the lessons you gave me about unconditional love.

Tammy said...

And sometimes they teach us how to Love

James Steinhauer said...

The world would be a better place if more people were like my "Special needs" daughter!

Unknown said...

Community based rehabilitation is the way to go

Unknown said...

We are all equal in the eyes of Allah

Anonymous said...

Special Angels Babies from God Above are given to us , to love , and be loved . "I believe there Is no greater gift".

Unknown said...

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Unknown said...

I have to disagree with 'anonymous' who said we are all born equal Children who are born with diabetes, drug dependancy, spinal bifida,defotmity, or any of the many other anomalies with which a ndw born can be afflicted are not at all equal to the healtby new born.

Unknown said...

I have noticed with a bleeding heart that most individuals can actually be good at writing powerful and motivating comments when in actual fact do not mean it. Talk is cheap, action speaks louder. A will to stand up and do, to physically give support. The world could even be a much better place.
Gaborone, Botswana

Unknown said...

My granddaughter has problems so does my son along with alot of other people I know. Please pray for me and my family and friends. We need help dealing with these issues. Can you help us???

Unknown said...

They deserve our love and respect as human beings. It is not their fault their fate. There is a hard path ahead for them.God Bless them and please be kind and gentle.

Anonymous said...

As a child my rich politician Dad would beat my head with his fist from a young age, so with each new day the brain could not retain info because it was concussed. At age 50 + i still dont know my right from left without checkin. Now we tend to snap back to life after being knocked down, but it makes me wonder how many kids are learning disabled and how many are beat to seizures.

Unknown said...

They are the future humans on earth
Do all you can

S Kambli said...

What help you need Cobtact my Daughter she has just complicated her Master's degree in Special Educational in BC Vancouver University
Her name FB Shveta Kambli

Anonymous said...

Does this include transgender, assexual, & gay kids? They were born that way too.

Anonymous said...

Dear Kartick, get in touch with 'pool' magazine editor in chief. They might be interested. Look up on FB or Google. Best wishes

Nancy Wadlow said...

I am so sorry about your abuse. Seems the ones in the spotlight are not who they pretend to be. You have to be an evil monster to abuse a child like that and then stand in front of the public and ask for trust and support from America. God Bless you! And just to let you know, my whole life til now, I still stall 4 seconds to decide which is left or right. ��

Nancy Wadlow said...

It truly is a loan from God. He only gives you what you can take. When I screamed at him asking why my child was born with problems I found a very small cut out article on my front door explaining that. I recently lost my husband one day short of 35 years together and I understood it...I was given a loan from God.He belonged to God, as we all do not me. It was a beautiful loan and I was blessed to have the years I did.

Unknown said...

Yes they are special & need special attention.Allah's blessings in disguise.Allah help those who help themselves.

Anonymous said...

My daughter has a special needs child. When she was out in public other kids would look at her baby. She was fine with that, it is to be expected... children are curious. What bothered her was when adults would hush them and tell them to look away. She would rather them to be curious and ask questions than to be hushed by an adult. She was learning about her child's needs and she wouldn't mind an inquisitive little mind wanting to know also.

Jef said...

https://youtu.be/bFyoGECpHTU
This is Ricky Jones an amazing young man with autism

Jef said...

https://youtu.be/bFyoGECpHTU
This is Ricky Jones an amazing young man with autism

rajamaddy said...

Many consider them as disabled, but the fact is that they are definitely a led in a different way. Having seen and heard from my wife who is a special educator for past 15 years, the need of the hour is to enable them. Society is a very important stake holder that should recognise this and should enable, empathise and encourage in all possible ways.

David Peterson said...

Special is just another word for God's little angel!!������

Rose Frontuto said...

This is so right children with special needs need to be except they way they are and to be expected be like normal children to be loved the way they are

Unknown said...

Dear Brother Sister, we are all equal in value

Unknown said...

My son was born with autism but he came a long way. He is very loving ,sweet ,helpful and funny. He makes everybody happy most especially me.He is a gift from God and I learned a lot having a child with special needs. He taught me a lot to be more patient ,more loving and more caring. In fact having him made me a better if not best person that I could be. I am grateful to God for that blessing in my journey of life to grow and be the best mom I could be. For me children with special needs taught us to be more humane , understanding,caring ,patient and loving. They need love,respect, understanding and friends like everybody else.
They taught us to be grounded and see that life even if it is not fair it is still beautiful !

Unknown said...

All human are God's creation some are short tall black white bald burly hair
Hence treat all compassionate and behave

Unknown said...

My son was a special needs child and he was the best thing ever the agencies that supposed to help don't do a full spectrum of service for them always. He is deceased now from Duchennes Muscular Dystrophy. I give all love and prayers for them.

Nadi Ipp said...

Special needs! If what you do grows trust, then, the other will feel acceptance, they will open their buds and creativity will blossom. There is gentleness and vulnerability here. Over time, one deposit of trustworthiness at at time, combines these character strengths. Now is included more of confidence, strength, courage, enthusiasm and maybe even idealism. This is our hero's journey. We grow, one step by one step, into the person we know and the person we recognise. The person who we are meant to be. Stand up, be trustworthy

Rajesh Goel said...

Why do we call them special because they are special. They might have capability issue like common human but they have some other unique capabilities which common man doesn't. I look at them as somebody superior to a common person. They indeed are.

Unknown said...

I have two grandsons with atheism i love them so much

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Anonymous said...

People on thinking about their self only their selfish self center they don't think about being generous are honest our humble around people that are born with characteristics that some people don't like and some people don't like to be around him They would like you Jerry knowledge that they are there and say a kind word to throw a ball or Frisbee to Them

Anonymous said...

My friend has a 5 yr old with down syndrome she has to use sign language, I have 5 yr old twins (boy/girl) my friends daughter is no different then mine she likes makeup music unicorns sparkles jewelry watching videos on the phone snapchat pics etc etc she just cant get her voice heard and gets very frustrated

Unknown said...

Great, I do agree this. Every child wants love, care , attention. God has created special children with some specialities.

jose said...

They are Special... Children with Special abilities...Blessed With Special Caring Parents.. Blessed with Specially Caring Teachers...
I Have 600+ Special Kids
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Liberty said...

In the year 2004 I was honoured to be a part of the Special Olympics in Athens Greece. I also participated in co writing the Olympic theme for the Athens Greece 2004 Olympics. After spending many hours with the athletes I realized that people are disabled when they look at special-needs people. We
look at them as being disabled but yet every day they function and go on with their lives even though they have special needs. Yes some need help and some need more than others!
Actually in retrospect when you look at yourself you find you have disabled your mind to understand that even though they have great challenges they are still able to move forward and participate even in the Olympics!
It is truly how we look at things how we label things. I have taught and been around many special needs children and found them to be so talented so loving and so wonderfully amazing!

Liberty said...

In the year 2004 I was honoured to be a part of the Special Olympics in Athens Greece. I also participated in co writing the Olympic theme for the Athens Greece 2004 Olympics. After spending many hours with the athletes I realized that people are disabled when they look at special-needs people. We
look at them as being disabled but yet every day they function and go on with their lives even though they have special needs. Yes some need help and some need more than others!
Actually in retrospect when you look at yourself you find you have disabled your mind to understand that even though they have great challenges they are still able to move forward and participate even in the Olympics!
It is truly how we look at things how we label things. I have taught and been around many special needs children and found them to be so talented so loving and so wonderfully amazing!

Anonymous said...

The one thing that annoys me about public schools is that they feel the need to hide the special needs kids away from everyone else, not to say literally hiding (but ive seen some schools actually do that)but they make them not accessible to anyone. Story Time. I was talking to a special needs kid before and we kind of became friends, we were happily talking about anime and video games when a teacher comes over and tells me I can talk to him, the I respond with "why cant I talk to him" her response was "He is special needs" and then she tells him to go to the gym, and storm away glaring at me giving me the stink eye. I know its no my fault nut im super anxious so I was sitting there for 10 minutes trying to evaluate the situation. When I was at that school I would talk to him when I saw the not teacher around, but I would avoid her as much as I could, sadly ive moved schools now and hope he is ok. :/ Attempting to make some friends in the special needs classes because Ive had one with their eye on me for a while and he seems cool,we had a 1 minute conversation before I was caught by a teacher and told to go play basketball, even though it was free play day. of course after that experience with the first teacher, Im kind afraid to talk to him because of the teachers around him.

Unknown said...

Nice

Rosemary Charlton8 said...

They are earth Angels!

Rosemary Charlton8 said...

They are earth Angels

Gena said...

We have a special person in our family. He never forgets whose daughter I am yet his cognizance stopped at 6 yrs.of age. He is so sweet and kind, knowing him has added something to my lifes'experiences that I would never have know otherwise.

Anonymous said...

My late wife was a Special needs teacher before special needs children was an acceptable social term. She was a compassionate person who taught the child and the parent.
After retirement, she experienced pure joy when learning that her former students had all succeeded in their endeavors.

Unknown said...

i love my kid even it hard for me to accept any reaction and comments from the people arounds us. God bless our children with special needs

Anonymous said...

I have ADHD and autism. I dont always feel as if i fit in anywhere. Every one deserves the right to fit in. We are all different, choose it embrace it not treat the person differently. I used to be scared to tell people I have special needs. Now i know they are just what makes me unique.

SPED_MAMA_ROSE said...

My son is SPECIAL NEEDS due to his major behavioral issues and a diagnosis of ADHD, PTSD AND ODD. Kids and adults alike are afraid of his fits of rage at times but, I have NEVER in my life met a person that feels as deeply as my son does. The reason he is in trouble most times for violence is because he is standing up for a friend or his sister even myself once against a bully. He cannot stand to sit back and do nothing when someone else is being hurt. He doesn't think or consider himself or the consequences in that moment he just acts as a protector immediately. He is only 7 and I wish more people had a heart as BIG AND GOLDEN as his. I also wish that he knew how to not be so impulsive and would handle the situation appropriately but getting an adult to handle it for him.

SPED_MAMA_ROSE said...

That's amazing God bless you both!!!

SPED_MAMA_ROSE said...

Special Needs children are a gift NOT a curse to this world.

javed shaikh said...

My son is also a special children but very smart innocent i like and love him A God gift for me and my struggle in life is for only him

Unknown said...

Hi how are you there with family? Hope you all okay. Jamie

Roshni Tolani said...

This post has changed my idea about some students.. as a teacher i always talk about the few special students in staffroom.. but know i know how to deal with them.. if you cant teach them.. just love them.. it ll teach them

Unknown said...

Everyone is a special need, only the degree of severity differs from one to another. Have passion in teaching the special need learners especially the HI

Anonymous said...

I have a son who was picked on and made fun on all during grade school and especially Jr. High School. I knew he was miserable having to go to school everyday. If I hadn't been a Christian and knew God wabted me to forgive all the kids who were doing this, and I have been told by a Counselor and teacher that he was not lying to me; everybody in the school wanted to be in on the action, so it was almost the school. It was hell and a good cry everyday after he left for school. If it weren't for God, I would have found out who the "ring leaders" were and personally made their life so miserable they wouldn't dare try it again, but my hands were tied. We did go to the principal with it and he sat with his hands folded and said there was nothing he could do. In high school we moved to another city and he decided it wasn't going to happen there. He started taking up for himself and fighting when someone tried to start something with him. Things got better and he made friends at his new school. However, as you might expect, the experience at the old school left a scar on his personality. I don't think he ever got over that. He is deceased now and I know he has friends in Heaven. If I ever know of this happening to another child, I would have to stay very close to the Lord; otherwise, I might be guilty of murder. That's how bad it is when you see your child go thru something like that. If it happens to another child, I hope I don't find out about it. The Lord would help me handled it and (I would let him. If I weren't a Christian I would have to wish that everyone who got in on this behavior with my son has a child who is picked on so they could see how bad it hurts parents and realize what he (and others) did to my child. The school where this happened was The Jr. High School in Rogers, AR and the principal's name was Mr. Jones. God bless him and all those who were involved.

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Unknown said...

It's really quite simple. Treat them as you would anyone else. Make eye contact, say hello. Just like everyone else. Inclusion. That's what we can all do for them. I promise you will gain more from having a friendship with a person with different abilities they they will. I'm proud to be one of the lucky few. My daughter is the best thing that has ever happened to me. She is teaching me to truly love life and to live in the moment.

Djofability said...

I love the post, except for the phrase Special Needs, as a disability advocate and someone who has Cerebral Palsy, the term special needs has a condescending attribute to it. Over time, the term "special" came to be used as a descriptor for the persons themselves, and that, over time, led to the negative connotation; calling someone "special" is now most often taken sarcastically to mean that the person is mentally disabled in some way. Instead of using the term special needs we can use the phrase people who have disabilities, or people with disabilities. This takes away the stereotype and puts the individual before the disability.

David Murphy said...

May the Peace of Christ be with these beautiful Souls who suffer with this atrocity and their loved ones too. Prayers ��

Sunshine Alley said...

Im so sorry.hope this helps.
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Dharmik said...

I would say they are unique with some more special abilities and as an exception, they might be either lacking or having some issue with one of the 5 senses. More precisely society needs to encourage and accept them without any stereotypes or partialities and spread love to make the world heaven for all dwellers of mother earth.

Unknown said...

👍

Unknown said...

Yes there all Gods children 🙏🏼

Clarise Thoretta McGee said...

Please read my post about my daughter on FaceBook.

Lulu said...

My daughter has always not been treated with respect because she ie non verbal and at the age of now she like a one year old. She has been sexually abuse twice. Now she only goes to a day center where the take them out only four hours a day and that’s it. I have her with me most of the time. I DONT TRUST ANYONE!!

Lulu said...

Sorry I forgot to mention that she is 24 years old

Joyce said...

You know I never thought about life that way but it makes sense. Jesus lends us to the world. Only borrowed
Sounds so real.

Djofability said...
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Djofability said...

I’m sorry that she was sexually abused, I was too.

Djofability said...

If you don’t like the day program, then take her out of it. You are the parent after all.

Lynn Schoeler said...

Faith and Light, an international organisation, has a branch in Edenvale, Gauteng. Family and friends of our intellectually challenged community members are, oh so welcome to join our non denomination support group. We meet every second Saturday of each month in the Janet Brown Hall, Edenvale Methodist Church 14h30 to 16h30. We would love to welcome you. Coordinator, Lynn

Farah Miller said...
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Farah Miller said...

I can not reiterate this message enough!! I have taught, loved, accompanied, loved by, loved some more, learned life lessons by having the pleasure of being a stable person in their life!! I LOVE EACH AND EVERY ONE OF THEM!!! Their unique personalities are what keep this world a happy place!! ♥️♥️
Thank you for this post!! Happy Tears

Robert said...

OK...But how does re-posting actually HELP any kids?? "Let's see who has a strong heart" is really kind of vain, isn't it?

Karen Draper said...

Our son who had cerebral palsy and who died unexpectedly at the age of twenty-three is the reason I wrote a memoir, THE PLACE OF US. My book is guided by the pivotal moments in our life with him. Many of which were about our fight to have him included in his neighborhood school. It’s about love and courage and how we apply those entities to our daily life. In a nutshell, it’s about what we do when life surprises us. It’s available for pre-order at widopublishing.com. If you’ve ever loved a child, experienced prejudice, lost someone, or are working hard to become who you’re meant to be then your heart will beat in this book.

Anonymous said...

lovely post.
its a shame that some schools are discriminating, my grandson is 5 and not allowed to attend full time school, he can go in the morning for 2 hours with his mum sitting in the class room, but then he has to go home for the rest of the day.
He hasn't even been diagnosed with any learning difficulty's as yet. the school feel he needs extra help but cant give it to him so send him home were he is not mixing or learning to mix.
this is so sad.

Roxanne said...

People can be so cruel...I had a very special needs son who is now with the lord...My own sister and her young daugter...were making jokes one day while we were going somewhere...and in very poor taste...I learned things about my sisister who I had always respected...until...her jokes about disabled children slobbering on the windows of short yellow buses. My heart broke and I was so shocked I couldn't say anything the rest of the day. I couldnt cry...even though it was all I wanted to do. I will never see her the same way again...everyone (including her) thinks she is so perfect....if they only knew the things I seen and heard while living with her. It hurts beyond repair...I wish I had never heard or seen so many things....I wish I was a blind as everyone else...because I see these things in my mind everytime I see her.

Jessica Hackler said...

My daughter is 6 and is a special needs child and is the sweetest happiest lil girl and when I was in elementary school in the 5 the grade I helped out with special needs children. ❤❤❤❤

Unknown said...

For 19 years I was the sponsor of the pancake breakfast at the "Great Sunrise Hot Air Balloon Race", helping to raising money and awareness for and about people with physical and mental disabilities. Started in Harris Field in Homestead, moved to the Homestead Air Base Golf Course on 127th Avenue, and finally to Tamiami Airport. I also hired a few of the individuals with disabilities to work in my restaurants (IHOP in Homestead and Naranja). Sadly that all ended when I lost my business during the housing market crisis in 2008. No other restaurant stepped in to help and the event was moved to Tuscaloosa in Alabama I believe.

Anonymous said...

Not everyone has a disability that you can see I'm dyslexic and I'm Bully and taken advantage of for friendship still at the age of 54 years old.

Unknown said...

All Kids are Special , why attribute Odd words when describing some of our lovely kids , I will make something suitable and share it with you and others and not this !
Bobs --------Vaqar Ahmad Khan Karachi Pakistan

Judy Sasim said...

GOD makes All things AND people and they are ALL beautiful.��

Unknown said...

The best way is to show them that they are part of family and society show them how beutiful the world is and tech them the good way lov is the key and god is our strenght amen

Unknown said...

We all created in the image of God.There is no need to look down upon a person who is different from you.We need to have positive mind sets in order to be able to live with every person.

Unknown said...

Kids are love and joy and they also needs love lots of love ♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️🙈🙊🙉🙅‍♂️🙅‍♀️

Unknown said...

We all are God children

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Praise the lord

Anonymous said...

If you categorise them as Children ''with special needs"! It ends your argument there and then. They are Children. Your Children. Our Children. Everybody's Children. Stop it.

Unknown said...

My son now 19 years and is a special need boy,, I do everything for him ,I wash him ,,I love him ,,,, these kids just need to be loved,,,,

HS said...

Nothing but Beauty

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wQ0i0_E5Nv8&feature=youtu.be

Unknown said...

Vanakkum.all children are gifts from our lord.we should appreciate and love them no matter what.bringing smiles on their faces is the only reward we need.Nandri

Anonymous said...

My baby girl has a trachestomy and at first it was hard to even leave the house because of how people looked at her and pitied her, this one time a lady in the taxi pulled out her tracheostomy saying she thought it was a necklace. She is 18 months old and we have had the tracheostomy for a year now. Now we go anywhere we want to go, I still get alot of questions and I respond to those who seem sincere about them. I stopped caring what people thought or said and just focused on my baby girl.

Anonymous said...

For several years I drove the special school bus... " my kids " where no different then their fellow students…

Darleen😃 said...

I compared to special need kids they were different but they were so cool they were like family to me and I saw them as human beings that needed a little extra help from other people can the average person but no different.......

Bujang said...

Yes... will sure support every special needs kids becoz my daughter also one of the special kids and the way she mingle with her brothers is extraordinary....

Darleen😍 said...

Thankful for the opportunity to care for 2 adopted special needs kids who are now in their 20's and were adopted when they were just about 4 years old...both tube fed...both total care and very lovely individuals who are smart and their adoptive mom is their charge nurse...felt an honor to care for them.......

Unknown said...

I have always supported special needs children. All kids need different types of attention. Special needs kids just need more.

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gerryyhop said...

It is good to see so many taking the time to add their thoughts for a very special post , just a pity Politicians didn't take heed

Unknown said...

Hello my name is Janice Whyte I have a son I do not now what's wrong with him he is 16 years old I think he is mentally disturb can someone help me he is giving me lots a trouble he does well at school I took him to counciling it does not help I don't what else to do

Unknown said...

Hello my name is Janice Whyte I have a son I do not now what's wrong with him he is 16 years old I think he is mentally disturb can someone help me he is giving me lots a trouble he does well at school I took him to counciling it does not help I don't what else to do

Unknown said...

Hello my name is Janice Whyte I have a son I do not now what's wrong with him he is 16 years old I think he is mentally disturb can someone help me he is giving me lots a trouble he does well at school I took him to counciling it does not help I don't what else to do

Alycia said...

I’m 20 years old and I work with children from ages 3-12 most being special needs. Every single day they put a smile on my face I couldn’t be more thankful for my job. They teach me so much more then I ever thought possible. It puts a smile on my face reading these comments.

Anonymous said...

I would share if you hadn't put the manipulative comment at the end. I know my friends very much believe in this statement. But I'm not going to guilt them into reposting.

Anonymous said...

I'm an old guy. Americans have always treated mentally and physically handicapped people with compassion, kindness and charity. We didn't have to relabel them, special "needs," to shame people into being overly generous. We should all be expected to do the best we can. Special needs implies special entitlement. Just sayin. I have nothing against the handicapped or naturally disadvantaged, I'm just sick of PC BS. Some say, I'm autistic and now I'm, older. I'll never expected special attention.

Unknown said...

I used to ask GOD why? Why would u allow these things such as the above mentioned comments, what did they do to deserve whatever incapacities to innocent children or ppl in general? As we know it is not our place to judge or question the Creator. I had a hard battling with that so at some point I just came to the conclusion that GOD created us all in his image and there is a greater purpose some way, or where, or what, there was a valid reason no matter what. It may not seem so to us, but maybe for someone or something else. BY NO MEANS MINIMIZING. All I, me can say or do is pray for all good things to those suffering or not. My son has brain cancer inoperable. They said he wouldn't live to b 30. This was @ the age of 23, well he's almost 32???? So I struggle as well with the same thing. GOD BLESS ALL OF US!!!

Unknown said...

People should be fully equipped certified and enlightened to help one with special needs.

Unknown said...

They are smart, intelligent, they expect everyone to treat them equal, they don't like us when we lebel them. We need to speak to them politely.

Unknown said...

Jackie Prescott. Thank you for being you!! Wish everyone was same. I.have 3 multi disabled children who are brilliant, creative, amazing human beings. People wouldn't (& many times don't believe any) believe the severe extreme symptoms, chronic debilitating pain, & numerous things they endure wven thru nights many times. Others can be compassionate & kind even when they don't understand. Or can be cruel & act as if it's all "fake or an exaggeration" even tho they only hear a bit. The kind people can be the difference between a heavy heart & more emotional pain or a haven of comfort and another day a child (or adult) decidwd to not give up (or take their own life) & got up & faced another day with courage!! So thank YOU & EVERYONE WHO IS KIND & COMPASSIONATE to special needs children ❤❤❤

Unknown said...

Seeing them makes one love them natural. They need love and care from the society. Let's give it to them.

Unknown said...

Good for u!

Kia said...

As someone who is on the special needs spectrum I like being called "weird" or "odd", it's a compliment. When people call me that I feel they have been observant to know not to put me in the same box like they do everyone else. The majority of people I know who could be considered "mainstream" or "normal" are boring and are very in the box, traditional thinkers. Being special needs forced me to find nontraditional solutions to problems because I don't think or see the world the same as others. It allowed me to realize that not everyone has to have the same destination in life to be successful & I certainly can't walk the same path as the mainstream. I am happy, healthy, secure in a career & working to move up, self sufficient, 3 time college graduate with an MBA & I'm not done yet. I used to care about being accepted when I was younger but at 38, I could careless but you will respect regardless of whether you accept me or not.

Patricdaggett@gmail.com said...

It's a funny old world that we live in?how people can be so discriminate against other human beings just because some people have to have special needs they don't just pretend to need help they really need every bit of help from fellow human beings just think when u see sombody with special needs the boot could be on the other foot sort of speech