A letter to the disability community Disability community – any person with any type of disability; their family; their loved ones; disability advocates; disability organizations To the disability community:  After spending most of my life trying to “fit” in with a world that does not appreciate my disability, God got my attention in a powerful…

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By Stephen Taylor, SNs 360 Founder Why does the disability community constantly have to fight for basic rights? After all, people with disabilities are people too! We want access to recreation, jobs, living communities, education, restaurants, healthcare facilities, transportation, and faith communities. Yet here we are in 2018 and we are still lacking access to much…

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By Rachel Hott Some people choose to see disability as broken or damaged, as a challenge or hindrance, or maybe even as a glitch in the genetic makeup. I choose to look at disability the way God sees it. Not as a disability, but as a gift. If not a gift for the person with…

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May we have access to life? Silence must come to an end What happens when a community’s voice continually goes unheard?  A community that represents at least 55 million Americans; a community that desires access to the world, but is repeatedly denied that access.  Eventually, that community will have had enough, just look at the…

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Welcome to SNs 360 We are a nonprofit organization committed to giving a unified voice to those living with special needs and disabilities. It is our desire to shift the conversation on the needs of those with disabilities from the fringes of consciousness into the mainstream. My name is Stephen Taylor, and I am the…

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The Basics A basic need for humanity is a sense of belonging to something, such as a family, a group, or even better, a community. Our faith communities are supposed to be a community that invites persons of all abilities and all ages to come and worship together. There is a Latin word, communitas, which means…

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