A story by Isabelle Carrier that reminds us of the need to educate in solidarity and empathy
25- The recognition of other people about their qualities makes children with disabilities feel equally loved and appreciated as other children. They will feel accepted and supported by their loved ones.
24- From the moment the child with a disability finds support, they feel safe to manifest a lot of qualities.
23- Children with disabilities can enjoy games or toys, like other children. They can play in the parks, go to birthday parties, go on field trips, etc.
22- The problem of these children is still there, but when they find a comfortable way to carry it, they realize that they can do practically everything that other children do.
21- Children with disabilities must learn that what differentiates one person from another is the way or attitude with which each one copes with their problems and differences. Acknowledging that will make them happier.
20- If we can help children with a disability, we must. There is a solution for all problems.
19- They help them to overcome their fears and anguish, at the same time that they help them to display their talents such as painting, drawing, dancing, music, etc.
18- They are people who manage to make children with some disabilities emerge and rescue their virtues and abilities. A child with a disability is not a disabled child.
17- They are people who teach these children to overcome their difficulties. They teach them to deal with their problems and differences in a positive way.
16- There are extraordinary and understanding people that children with disabilities can count on. They are people who understand and encourage them at the same time.
15- Happily, children with disabilities can also find very special people who can give them a hand and remove them from loneliness.
14- Children with disabilities feel very lonely and ignored by other people. They feel more alone every day.
13- Many times these children are saddened by their situation and end up distancing themselves from others. They want to be alone and apart from the rest of the world because they think that this way they will feel more protected.
12- Because they do not find support and understanding, children with a disability get irritated, angry and protest their difficulties. Who likes to feel different?
11- They are children who often have to try a lot more to do what other children do.
10- Children who are deaf, blind, mentally retarded, etc., will always have to face many difficulties.
9- It is not easy for children to live with a disability. They are much more likely to experience discrimination, abuse and other problems.
8- Some people feel upset and uncomfortable by the presence of a child with a disability. That makes the child feel very lonely.
7- It is not only disability that makes life difficult for a child, but the attitudes of some people who only manage to see their differences. Many ignore him or treat him as someone weird or abnormal. And that makes him feel very bad.
6- Children who have disabilities like music and have a lot of qualities and virtues. They are special children like other children. They have a good heart.
5- Children who have some physical, motor or psychic difference, tend to be more intensely sensitive to the problems of others.
4- As a result of their problem, children with a disability continually seek the understanding, affection and attention of other people.
3- The child who has a disability, be it motor, intellectual, sensory, etc., does not know why he has it. He just feels that he is not like other children.
2- There are children who, from birth or because of an accident or illness, have some difference or disability.
1- A story that talks about the differences to the little ones. Differences experienced by children with some hearing and visual disability, spina bifida, mental retardation, brain damage.