A puppy who became a true American hero. The blind boy who let nothing stop him. When they finally grew up and met, it was magic. On September 11, 2001, a blind man escaped the World Trade Center by walking down 78 flights of stairs with his guide dog. Days later, America fell in love […]
Blinded By Fear, written by Michael Hingson, covers:how to go from unexpected scary events that changed your life to analyzing your fears and moving on, how to take off the blindfold and flip your year and how to control your fear and go to clarity and confidence with one mindset shift.
Through the TAP FOR ALL program, Victoria has co-authored a book titled “Tap Dance for All.” This first of its kind book aims to give dance educators the necessary tools to be able to incorporate inclusivity into their dance curriculum, in turn opening the door to dance for the disabled and mobility impaired.
Penny’s cooking collaborators share over 100 authentic global recipes from Michelin-style perfection to simple home basics with links to over 50 on-line cooking demonstrations. She shows how ingredients and recipes have travelled too: the maize of Creole grits and Malawian nsima; the Chinese seagrass in Californian desserts; choux pastry that failed in Tamarindo but starred […]
In 1995, the school diagnostician called a seven-year-old “the worst child seen in 20 years of teaching.” Can a child’s fate be sealed by such a diagnosis? Well, in 2018, that boy received a Ph.D. from Oxford University. Do you have a child struggling with reading? What labels has your child been given? How do […]
John Bramblitt makes his living as a visual artist. His works have been sold in over twenty different countries, and he’s received three Presidential Service awards for the art workshops he teaches. He’s painted portraits of skateboarder Tony Hawk and blues legend Pops Carter. He’s given talks about his art at the Metropolitan Museum of […]
Jennifer Soames is a traumatic brain injury (TBI) survivor and advocate, author, certified yoga instructor, nutritional consultant, and former licensed holistic health practitioner. She uses her website and book Head of Hope to ensure those affected by TBI get the information, care and support they need to live their best life, even with a new […]
Many individuals with disabilities develop low self-esteem because they regularly encounter a culture that devalues their disabilities. In fact, many resent their disabilities, and reject the idea that their disability is an important part of their identity. In this book, Dr. Cort Schneider utilizes an autoethnographic method of inquiry in order to illustrate his own […]
Many people who see Cort Schneider running, stare at him as though he is a unicorn. Cort was born with cerebral palsy, and as a result, he runs using forearm crutches. Many have trouble comprehending why someone who needs crutches to walk, would choose to run on purpose. The Trial of Miles explores how running […]