There are many forms of bias that permeate our society. We have all seen the studies that indicate that people who are tall, thin, pretty, handsome, and have outgoing personalities are more likely to get a job, a promotion or have better success finding a mate. However, none of those attributes tell us anything about … Continue reading DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITY BIAS


For most people, there is nothing more important in life than family. The benefits of the parent-child relationship and the interactions with siblings cannot be stressed enough. Family provides the nurturing support that every person needs, but it is particularly crucial for children with developmental disabilities. The love they receive from their family permits them to … Continue reading FAMILIES