INCLUSION IS OUR PLAY
For the first time, there is an outlet for individuals to exercise together, be together, share in the same experience together. Representation on screen for individuals with disabilities is paramount. We all can work together; join us in our quest to break down those barriers.
A PLACE FOR CONVERSATION
From people to communities, read stories of how inclusion is shaping our communities, and leading to real change around the world.
When asked what message participating in the parade sends, Bell paused and said, “I think that you can do anything if you just try as hard as you can.”
By Jay Blackman
An Everton fan with Down’s syndrome was invited to meet players and train with the squad after being mocked by rival fans online.
By BBC Sport
Matthew Fulton, who has cerebral palsy and dystonia, practices defensive and offensive moves with his sensei, Jeremy Schilling. Matthew has a black belt in karate.
By David Whiting