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A Miracle

  Posted on Aug 20, 2018 - 4:54pm

Have you ever had a craving for a particular food, and could not let go of it until your craving was satisfied? This happens to me all the time. Sometimes I crave ice cream after supper. Years ago we lived near Springfield Missouri where we would go to Braum’s ice cream store for their amazing frozen custard. Many tim...

    Life With Kyle

Middle School

  Posted on Aug 15, 2018 - 4:20pm

By Katie Yonker, Poet Every morning I looked I was going good day I can remember every morning I go to my favorite subject The language arts class learning read the books and making of Animal Farm then back special ed classes waiting the favorite peer tours who was be my friends for day for play my communication dev...


  Posted on Aug 10, 2018 - 11:33am

By Kyle Dinwiddie, PRC Blogger Being 18, soon to be 19, year old boy with CP has given me the opportunity to come across some interesting adventures in some of the strangest places. In fact you wouldn’t even think that simple day to day events would give me such amazing adventures. Just like a few days ago, I was lay...

ACES Takeaways

  Posted on Aug 9, 2018 - 12:14pm

By Kathryn Helland, Temple University It has been a blink of an eye. Our participants have gone back home, and it is hard to describe how much I already miss these people. I am sad that more opportunities like ACES don’t exist in their daily lives (hooray, ACES West!). For all the pros and cons of social media, I am gr...

    Making AAC Work

Fifty Shades Smarter

  Posted on Aug 8, 2018 - 1:09pm

By Chelsea Hagen, PRC Blogger I have wanted to write about parents that are overly protective of their disabled children, and why, WE the children, let them get away with it. I’m not sure I have the answer, but here is my funny story anyway. When I was eighteen I asked my overly protective mother if I could read the...

New And Improved

  Posted on Aug 3, 2018 - 12:19pm

By Kyle Dinwiddie, PRC Blogger My parents often say” they don’t make things like they used too” and they are right. Many items are made more cheaply and don’t last as long, but some things are a lot better than they used to be like candy for instance. My dad loved the wax lips, or wax bottles with...

    Life With Kyle