This Disabled Boy With Was Determined to Run… His Friends’ Unexpected Reaction Will WARM YOUR HEART!
It is so great that American schools help kids with disabilities go to regular schools and participate in sports. In many other countries, especially 3rd World ones, which are the majority, regular schools have no access for children with disabilities. Those kids grow up in orphanages or go to special schools, they are outsiders, they are isolated and treated like aliens. The majority of children and young people with special needs live in extreme poverty. In addition, they are exposed to discrimination, exploitation and abuse. I wish we could educate other nations to treat those kids no different. Most of the people with disorders would rather be approached and asked about their disability than just to be stared down or pointed at. As parents, it is our duty to educate out young ones about equity and tolerance, about different religions, races, beliefs, disabilities, sexuality. Our kids must know that even with all our differences, we are the same, that we must try to make this world a better place by being kind to each other, by helping and supporting each other.