Gabriela Telekfalvi

Gabriela Telekfalvi

Gabriela Telekfalvi
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My Life With Asperger's - Poster Version by OnTheMountainTop

I made a webcomic strippy thingy! About autistic spectrum disorder! I started this as my final project for design last quarter and I . My Life with Asperger's

This is a collection of resources if you want to teach children about other children who have disabilities.

List of resources to teach non-disabled kids to better understand and accept their peers with disabilities, understanding breaks down fear and hate. I want my girls to be accepting of others different than them.

Click on the quotation to see how Assistive Technology can make the difference and allow students to be successfully included in general education classrooms.

"For people without disabilities, technology makes things easier. For people with disabilities, technology makes things possible.

A set of 4 different A3 size high resolution posters which raise awareness of deafness, and include communication tips. These eye catching posters  would be ideal to display in your office, encouraging staff to think about the needs of deaf people, starting discussions within your workplace, and they’re great reminders for Deaf Awareness Week!  170 gsm

A set of 4 different size high resolution posters which raise awareness of deafness, and include communication tips. These eye catching posters would be ideal to display in your office, encouraging staff to think about the needs of deaf people, starti

...my brother loves this ... As a researcher in the field of Learning disabilities, especially dyslexia, he has seen the priceless value of looking for each one's strengths ...they work so hard... Often they excel...most often ... (actually genius in the true sense) ... it really is beautiful & inspiring...

"Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid" ~ Albert Einstein - Focus on where your strengths lie, not your weaknesses.

Spoon theory - originally written by a person with Lupus but works with many disabilities (as an Autistic person I use spoon theory)

Fibromyalgia is a disorder characterized by widespread musculoskeletal pain accompanied by fatigue,.