The Loud Hands Project

Love this video published by the Autistic Self Advocacy Network. Share it, Post it, Donate at so they will make more:)

The Jazz of Matt Savage, WMUR-TV

Matt's interview on WMUR-TV Channel 9's New Hampshire Chronicle, January 6, 2011 Check out Matt's website for more info  

They call me Barney Fife

One out of four people that use accessible parking spaces, should not be using them. One out of four people think it's ok to park in a spot specifically designed and strategically to make it easier for someone who uses a wheelchair to have enough space to actually open the door to their van? Ok to park in a space designated for someone who has a heart condition so they don't have to walk quite as far?

Ollibean Heads to Nepal in March

We know how challenging it is in the States for our kids to have the supports they need to get an education and it is 100 times more challenging for our friends in Nepal.

The Making of Sensitive

From The Miracle Project..the making of "Sensitive", a song about bullies. Wyatt Isaacs sings with Jack Black. Stephen Stills produces it a la sex pistols, with his signature guitar! Learn more about The Miracle Project at , you will love it as much as we do!

Kit( Kids Included Together)

Kids Included Together (KIT) specializes in providing best practices training for community–based organizations committed to including children with and without disabilities into their recreational, child development and youth development programs. Utilizing a blended learning style

Judy Endow
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Judy Endow, MSW is an author, artist, and international speaker on a variety of autism-related topics.
Henry Frost
Henry FrostWriter, Jr. Editor
Henry Frost is an author and advocate for equal education and access.
Amy Sequenzia
Amy SequenziaWriter
Amy Sequenzia is a non-speaking Autistic, multiply disabled activist and writer. Amy writes about disability rights, civil rights and human rights.
Lauri Swann Hunt
Lauri Swann HuntWriter
Advocate committed to inclusion & social justice, proud mother of three wonderful humans, and part of the team that started Ollibean.

All children should grow up feeling loved accepted and whole. Not just at home, but in their schools and communities.

Over 30 years of research shows that ALL students do better in inclusive educational settings – both socially and academically.

High expectations and access to rich academic content benefits each and every child.

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