How to Respond to Disability Curiosity from Kids

How to Respond to Disability Curiosity from Kids

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The purpose of this guidebook is to enrich your child’s education with DEI morals (empathy, kindness, and respect for EVERYONE). Specifically here, and using our typically succinct writing style, this guidebook focuses on disability understanding (both physical and mental) by providing instructions for teaching kids how to treat people with disabilities. 

You'll find step-by-step guidance and practical ideas for: 

- Learning what your child already knows about people with disabilities.
- Teaching etiquette for special needs adaptive tools (service dogs, wheelchairs, etc.).
- Discussing mental difference behaviors (stimming, hyperactivity, etc.) and how to react.
- Making household adjustments to create an inclusive attitude at home.
- Answering common questions from kids about people with disabilities.

Please note: Instead of general advice like 'be a good role model' or 'talk about feelings,' our guidebooks provide age-appropriate examples and step-by-step instructions for integrating specific diversity and inclusion values into daily life at home.