They're both messages that apply to all kinds of disabilities.
Tight muscles and motor skill challenges do not define kids or adults with cerebral palsy.
Socialization or sensory differences do not define those with autism.
Being unable to hear does not define someone who is deaf.
Being unable to see does not define someone who is blind.
A missing limb does not define limb-different people.
Challenges with reading or learning do not define people with learning disabilities.
Our children are so much more than their special needs, and videos like this elevate them all. Props, James Clemens students.