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Paul Young is an internationally-recognized keynote speaker, winner of the Governor General Meritorious Service Cross, the former Chair of the Council or Canadians with Disabilities, Founder of People First of Nova Scotia, former president of People First of Canadian, and … Read more
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After finally freeing Becky from a life of neglect, abuse and captivity, Linda and Becky set their sights on the good life with a “come-hell-or-high-water-just-watch-us!” attitude.
Linda … Read more
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Join us in the next episode (episode 011) to hear about Becky’s remarkable human rights case that established the right of kids … Read more
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When Linda met Becky, she was 3 years old and weighed 10 lbs. She was starving to death due to neglect in a nursing home in Ontario, Canada.
Linda and Becky knew right away that they were meant for each … Read more
Parents make thousands of decisions on behalf of their children. Sometimes we don’t even realize that we are making decisions. We just roll along. But our choices and decisions can bring us closer – or farther – … Read more
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Does having a “vision” sound airy fairy to you? It’s not. It’s actually social science. And it’s crucial to the life of people with a disability.
Why do I say its crucial?
If we don’t set our own direction towards the good things … Read more
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Genia: Welcome to episode 007 of the Good Things in Life podcast. Genia Stephen here. In this episode I’m speaking to Linda Dawe. Linda has known me for most of my life. In fact, after … Read more
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Linda Dawe is a parent and a founding member of Deohaeko, a family group that dreamed of what home could be for their son’s and daughters. Their collective dream and hard work resulted in Rougemount Cooperative Homes in Pickering, Ontario, Canada. You … Read more
What brings out the best in Tess?
What situations, what activities, what tasks, what expectations, … Read more