When you hear the word disabled, people immediately think about people who cant walk or talk or do everything that people take for granted. Now, I take nothing for granted. But I find the real disability is people who cant find joy in life and are bitter. </br>(Teri Garr)I hope my organization will not be around in 10 years, because at a national, state, and community level, we will have evolved into a society that cares about children and the need for play. </br>(Darell Hammond)Our society spends a lot of money on prison bars. For the sake of our kids, lets invest in monkey bars. </br>(Darell Hammond)My disability exists not because I use a wheelchair, but because the broader environment isnt accessible. </br>(Stella Young)Our countrys growing obsession with organized sports isnt just hurting our children, but also our communities. As play is siphoned off to gyms and fields, fewer kids are playing in our streets, parks, and playgrounds. </br>(Darell Hammond)People have to see play as more important than what it currently is. We dont want to get boxed into thinking play only happens on a playground. The best type of play is all kinds of play. </br>(Darell Hammond)I have suffered from bullying in many ways, from bullying in school due to my disability in reading, to digital abuse that I deal with on a daily basis. Id like to tell the kids that are being bullied that no one should have to deal with the abuse, ever! </br>(Bella Thorne)People didnt always see a person with a disability who had to use a ramp or elevator as people who have been given unnecessary privileges. But I run into that often now. People are saying, Why do we have to go to great expense for these people? </br>(Major Owens)

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