We talk a lot about inclusive education on this page, but what does that really mean? One of the most common examples I give when speaking with educators is if the public would be outraged by how you are separating a food allergic child if you swapped disabilities with a visible one, such as a child who was using a wheelchair you are doing something wrong.
Watch: Our Founder, Leah Robilotto talk with Kellie Cutsinger, at Cleanly Consumed about the emotional toll living with food allergies can take on families and schools. Cleanly Consumed is an online platform dedicated towards healthy eating. Kellie describes her company in the following way: “Cleanly Consumed helps guide families to clean products and resources that can relieve some of the…
I work with family’s like mine to build what I call a healthy level of anxiety, which means to be aware but not scared of your surroundings and take reasonable precautions.
I challenge you to look around you and take on that one issue that doesn’t sit right with you. What keeps you or your child from feeling safe AND included?