Friday, January 25, 2008

Program helps children relate to others with disabilities

Fourth-grader Raymond Bannon sees what it's like to get a drink while using a wheelchair. He was taking part in the Everybody Counts program Tuesday at Allisonville Elementary.

Students at the Indiana School for the Blind helped mainstream Indiana students learn more about children with special needs as part of the Everybody Counts program. Each elementary grade learns about a different disability from developmental delays to learning disabilities. The Indianapolis Star

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