The venerable comic book classic Archie, first published in the 1940s, has always tried to stay current with our ever-changing culture, and in their newest effort to better reflect modern life, the comic book creators are introducing a character with a disability. Joining the eternally teenaged characters Archie, Jughead, Betty, Veronica and Reggie in the fictional town of Riverdale is Harper, described as a …Read More »
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What trials and tribulations do mothers with disabilities face and how do they adapt? What are their actual experiences? That’s the subject of a new book called Disabled Mothers. This collection of 18 scholarly works and personal accounts from Canada, the U.S. and Australia explores and analyzes issues of parenting by mothers with a variety of physical and mental disabilities. The book also delves …Read More »
There’s a very cool thing happening in Muncie, Indiana. Frustrated with the lack of post-secondary opportunities for his developmentally disabled son and others like him, Jeff Huffman had an idea. The Arc of Indiana liked his idea and ran with it, initiating a project to build a hospitality training institute and a Courtyard by Marriott teaching hotel specifically to help folks like Jeff’s son get skills training …Read More »