An Open Letter To Read And Share

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My name is Kathleen Sheil. I was very upset when I saw the CBS News report in August about how Iceland is eradicating Down syndrome with genetic testing and abortion. The story shared that the majority of women who received a positive test for Down syndrome ended their pregnancy. I want to let you know… Read more »

What Temple Grandin Taught About Autism

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It is such an incredible gift to get to know someone and see their strengths, and come to realize those same strengths in yourself. Of meeting Dr. Temple Grandin and listening to her speech, our Jenny Crowe told us she liked the way Temple drew a map to organize the farming industry to improve the… Read more »

Cincinnati Made History!

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In an effort spearheaded by Cincinnati Councilman Kevin Flynn and Mayor John Cranley, we had been working for the past year and a half with the City on employment inclusion and hiring of more people with disabilities; and building accessibility/ADA compliance and design in Cincinnati. On May 16, 2017 citizens, business and community leaders joined… Read more »

Help Cincinnati Be More Inclusive And Welcoming

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Please help us make history in Cincinnati! On Tuesday, May 16th at City Hall, 801 Plum Street at 2 pm, the Cincinnati Education and Entrepreneurship Committee will be debating the city’s commitment to disability in their hiring practices, and accessibility of new and renovated buildings. We are asking the city to implement inclusive hiring practices,… Read more »