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Friendship Circle ‘Sensitivity Series’ Busts Myths

The Friendship Circle of Brooklyn have launched a powerful and meaningful series, bringing education and understanding to the masses. Full Story, Video

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Truly eye opening
August 8, 2022 5:02 pm

Kol Hakavod to FC for sharing these eye opening messages!
Glad to see the community coming together

Inclusivity should be the norm
August 8, 2022 6:29 pm

Everyone benefits from inclusivity and sensitivity. Example: the more styles of learning more incorporated into a class the better everyone learns. Some kids NEED visuals (DS, ASD).

That swing
August 8, 2022 6:44 pm

I had no idea

Disagree about the swing
August 8, 2022 9:21 pm

A playground is for all children. A typical child can explore the bigger/different swing as well. My kid knows it is for children who can’t sit in a typical swing, however I give him the freedom to swing in it too. And then I tell him to choose a different area to play in next. He does not have to leave the swing empty in case a child with special needs comes by. He can play on it too and then move on to play elsewhere. Or those swings that hold wheelchairs. It is so different and interesting to a… Read more »

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