To the parents of children who stare at my disabled daughter

Written by Daniel Willingham.

Staring, especially by small children, is one common reaction to physical disability.  One professor offers his thoughts and advice to parents of children who stare at his disabled daughter, Esprit.

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Daniel Willingham is Professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychology at UVa.

Parents: Why our second-grader is not going back to school

Co-written by Vikram Jaswal.

How to educate children with disabilities is one of the most difficult conversations in education. One couple makes the case for their autistic daughter’s inclusion: opportunity and access.

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Vikram Jaswal is Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at UVa.