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My mom shared some of her experiences of being in Special Education for over 30 years! She has taught me so much and in many ways, she has prepared me to be Joon’s Mom from the very beginning. I am so thankful to have such a person in my life to help me grow and learn. Go take a look! Link in our profile. @springible #springible #specialeducation @rhonda.jones

After being rejected by 2 colleges because of her #DownSyndrome, Isabella went on to showcase her clothing line at @londonfashionweek. This incredible young woman is changing the way the world views DS and inspiring others to pursue their dreams. {Link in bio} #Springible

"In 26 years we have had many ups and downs. I learned early on that I couldn’t compare our lives with others, that I can’t feel sorry for myself, that my son is very much okay with who he is, and that I am very, very blessed!" Laurie, shares what raising a son with #downsyndrome has taught her. {Click link in bio for her full story} #Springible

Excited to be featured on the @springible website. Check this organization out. #Repost @springible
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Here’s a dish in line with your dietary restrictions — and will totally impress your friends and family. Chef Daniel Herget of Nashville’s Little Octopus shares his grilled beets with sunchoke pure. Need more modified diet-friendly recipes? Check out our Springible Culinary Library! {Link in bio} #Springible #glutenfree

Meet Samuel. Samuel has Cerebral Palsy and cannot walk unaided. That hasn’t stopped him from becoming a goalie for his football team at the @manchesterunitedfoundation. Witness the power of perseverance from a boy who believes in “never, never, never giving up”. Watch Samuel’s story {Link in bio} #Springible #ManchesterUnited #UnitedAndSamuel

"I was in a different place after I started caregiving. There was no longer 'me' in any of those memes...basically if they weren’t talking about 11 p.m. trips to Walgreens to buy blood thinners and Preparation H, I could not relate." After her husband was diagnosed with cancer, Jessica couldn't relate to things most peers related to, like memes, so she made her own.
Read more of how Jessica is choosing to "laugh through cancer" with the link in our bio. #Springible

We asked two moms of children with DS to share their thoughts on the Iceland's "eradication of Down Syndrome" movement. Click the link in our bio for the messages they’d like mothers in Iceland to know. #Springible

We want to help you make caring for your skin a priority this summer. Click the link in our bio for 4 powerful sunscreen options for your family. #Springible

Are you a caregiver? November is National Family Caregivers Month. We invite you to share your caregiver stories, ideas, and life hacks with our community in the comments below. #Springible

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My mom shared some of her experiences of being in Special Education for over 30 years! She has taught me so much and in many ways, she has prepared me to be Joon’s Mom from the very beginning. I am so thankful to have such a person in my life to help me grow and learn. Go take a look! Link in our profile. @springible #springible #specialeducation @rhonda.jones

Sensory Sensitive Sundays allow families to enjoy all of the fun and games that @Chuckecheese has to offer in a sensory-friendly environment. The lights are dimmed, the in-store show is turned down or off, and appearances by the costumed characters are limited. Find out when the next #SensorySensitiveSunday is at your local Chuck E. Cheese. #Springible // photo via @chuckecheeses

This was definitely a neat moment from last weekend's tournament. The white belt in this video was blind. Not only were people able to see him compete to the best of his ability (And he was really good), but I also got to see how competitive sports accommodate handicaps in a really fair way.

#judo #judotournament #springible #accommodations #competition #compete #sports

Are you a caregiver? November is National Family Caregivers Month. We invite you to share your caregiver stories, ideas, and life hacks with our community in the comments below. #Springible

This family started a non-profit farm to employee those with special needs. They want others to know how they can provide employment opportunities, too. Read more about their story at Springible.com

For people who have a disability, Halloween is a time to show off not only their uniqueness, but their creativity too! #Halloween2017 did not disappoint.
See a few of our favorite costumes from Springible Contributors and the Internet at large! {Link in bio} #Springible

When you are a parent, it is normal to want to speak up for your child, especially during meetings with school officials.
#CPDad shares why he chooses to practice active listening with a more open mindset and how it has helped him understand his sons needs. {Link in bio} #Springible

Imagine receiving a diagnosis from your doctor, then being handed a disabled parking permit and Make-A-Wish papers. Nothing more. That's what happened when Claire was given her daughter's diagnosis of #RettSyndrome, a rare genetic mutation. Not happy with the lack of information, she created Rettland, a bridge between families and research that provides support for those who need it. {Link in bio} #Springible

This mom shares how raising a son with #downsyndrome has taught her to look for light and laughter in tough times. {Click link in bio for her full story} #Springible

@jessicarblackwell has spent over six months in the hospital with her husband as he battles Hepatosplenic T Cell Lymphoma (HSTCL). She knows just how important being comfortable away from home is not only for the caregiver, but the patient too. Read her tips for what to pack, what to do if you forget something, and how to cope during an extended stay at a hospital. {Link in bio} #Springible

This mom has met with the United States Access Board and Michelle Obama in the hopes that, "one day all retailers will provide an equal opportunity shopping experience for parents and caregivers of special needs children by furnishing them the option of Caroline’s Cart." {Link in bio} #Springible // @target @carolinescart

Between 85 and 88% of Americans with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (ID/DD) are unemployed.
This family started a non-profit farm to employee those with special needs. They want others to know how they can provide employment opportunities, too. Read more about why disability employment matters with the link in our bio. #Springible

Heidi Latsky, founder of @heidilatskydance, sees what people have, not what they lack. She's provided a space where anyone can dance and express themselves. Read her story of how she got started through the link in our bio. #Springible

We asked two moms of children with DS to share their thoughts on the Iceland's "eradication of Down Syndrome" movement. Click the link in our bio for the messages they’d like mothers in Iceland to know. #Springible

After she learned to love Down Syndrome and love everything that comes with it, this mom's attitude changed from “I can’t do this,” to “I want to do this.” Read how Rhondee moved past grief and gives her all for her daughter every day. {Link bio} #Springible

“Accessible Japan is my way of sharing with the world that Japan is an exciting travel opportunity – regardless of ability.” Josh Grisdale, founder of Accessible Japan, is excited to share with you some of his tips for traveling in Japan. Click the link in our bio to read the full story. #Springible

"I was in a different place after I started caregiving. There was no longer 'me' in any of those memes...basically if they weren’t talking about 11 p.m. trips to Walgreens to buy blood thinners and Preparation H, I could not relate." After her husband was diagnosed with cancer, Jessica couldn't relate to things most peers related to, like memes, so she made her own.
Read more of how Jessica is choosing to "laugh through cancer" with the link in our bio. #Springible

For a child who relies on you for everything, the thought of you leaving for a trip can be traumatic. Click the link in our bio for three ways you can help your child understand that you're going on a trip, not abandoning him or her. #Springible

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