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Rose Wolfe
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  Finally!  The neurotypical world made more than reasonable accommodations.  They made a special effort to include the mobility-challenged into their arena, and I had a blast.  Yep.  I sat out in a field and painted.  No sidewalk for me next to an…

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Opening Reception – September 14, 2017 355 East Erie, Chicago, Illinois 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Once again, I have been invited to participate in the annual Art in Motion Art Show, which raises funds for the Art Therapy and Therapeutic Recreation programs…

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It was one of those glorious Sunday afternoons.  The sun taking no time to make known its ability to enforce the dress code of the day, and I was right there along with the rest of the crowd with my hat, sun screen, and umbrella. I was at a family…

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  Recently, I was forced into the noisy and congested world typical of American life.  Yep.  I had to go shopping. It all started the moment I tried to squirt a little bit more of the most basic of all oil paints, Titanium White, onto my palette.  With a…

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Image this:  A child who has never had the opportunity to be completely immersed in what would be considered a typical summer activity.  Why?  Because s/he is confined to a wheelchair or has autism or a brain injury. I guess you don’t have to imagine it,…

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It was one of those mornings, Spring shining through the windows.  The promise of warm breezes and light jackets.  My favorite way to wake up.  Smiling, I lifted myself up.  Wait, no.  Rather than sitting up, I had remained prone.  Okay, I’ll try to push…

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Originally posted on Cal Grevers: I believe every disability brings with it, a unique skill set, making itself useful in both your career and social life. If we talk about how the challenges of disability give us an edge, we move the focus from tolerating…

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Originally posted on Frank Solanki: He used to call me names Throw paper balls at me Would drop a toad on my desk And on some days even three I would help him in his homework He never would thank me back Only thing I got in return Were the silly jokes…
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