newsletter for people with diverse abilities
published by Krystian Shaw.
April Edition of KSA Newsletter 2021 contains in
Spring is coming and it is a time for new beginnings. It is easy to see in nature as plants start to grow and bloom, the days are get-ting longer and there is a sense of hope.
As we think about new begin-nings, that can also happen in our lives and in our relationships with our-selves and others. When we have a new way of seeing things, it can be a chance to overcome barriers. There is a great example of this in this month’s article about Lexi James, a singer who overcame her stutter through music. Sometimes, we just need to give people a chance to try new ways of doing things to be successful.This month’s newsletter has stories and activities that keep the spring theme going.
We hope you enjoy the articles and fun activities, includ-ing some with an Easter theme. There are some more serious topics, like Autism Awareness Day –remember to Light It Up Blue on April 2ndto support Autism awareness! Let’s enjoy the warmer weather and longer days as we look forward to springtime. Don’t forget, we always love to hear from you. Tell us what you are doing to celebrate spring and find some new beginnings
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