Summer Camp Means Fun for All: How to Create a More Inclusive Camp

The sun is high and school is out. The most fun season of the year is finally here! And you know what that means: it’s camp season, too. As you begin planning the programming and activities that will make your summer camp successful, we invite you to consider disability inclusion as a top priority. Defining…

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Summer Camp Inclusivity Training for Directors & Staff | KIT

Ready, Set, Summer is Here! The summer camp staff training program that takes less than 3 hours to enable memories that last a lifetime. Have you heard about Ready, Set, Summer yet? It’s our on-demand webinar series featuring facilitator guides and action plans created especially for camp leaders looking to advance their inclusivity this summer. …

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Autism Acceptance Month 2022: Understanding & Celebrating Invisible Disabilities

Every April, the world comes together to celebrate Autism Acceptance & Awareness Month. As inclusion advocates, it’s an important time to reflect on not only what autism is but more importantly, to remind ourselves that autism isn’t linear and that each person with autism has their own unique strengths and needs in different areas. We’ve…

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FREE Inclusion 101 Course

Our new “I Can Be Inclusive” eSeries just launched and we’re giving away the first course, Inclusion 101 for FREE! The eSeries includes 5 courses to help you get started on your inclusion journey. The “I Can Be Inclusive” course is the perfect jumping-off point for those who want to start thinking about disability in…

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2019 Disability Holiday Gift Guide

If you’re looking for some last minute gift ideas, please consider checking out the 2019 Disability Holiday Gift Guide curated by our KIT friend and disability rights advocate Emily Ladau. Shopping from this guide is a great way to fuel your passion and support disabled makers, artists, and small business owners. This year’s guide also…

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An Inclusive Collaboration

[vc_row type=”in_container” scene_position=”center” text_color=”dark” text_align=”left” overlay_strength=”0.3″][vc_column column_padding=”padding-3-percent” column_padding_position=”top” background_color_opacity=”1″ background_hover_color_opacity=”1″ width=”2/3″][vc_column_text]KIT is excited to announce a collaborative project with our friends at Changing Perspectives! This year, to celebrate Inclusive Schools Week, happening nationwide December 3-7, we have worked with Changing Perspectives to produce an Inclusive Schools Week Activity Guide. The impetus for this project came…

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Everyone Benefits From Everyone Participating

Have you ever had a parent tell you they didn’t want you to meet their child until after they had the chance to talk to you about him first?  When this happened to me, I had no idea what to expect.  So many things running through my mind.  Who is this kid? How bad is…

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5 Tips to Ensure Your Organization Is Inclusive

Kids Included Together (KIT) is honored to now be a partner with BGCA to ensure equity for youth with disabilities and their families. Equity is often thought about in terms of race or ethnicity, but individuals with disabilities are also an underserved population.  According to the World Health Organization, children with disabilities (of all races and ethnicities) are…

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Why (and Where) Kids with Disabilities Should Do Chores

A couple of months ago, I read a few posts on Big Blueberry Eyes, Love That Max, and BLOOM about kids with disabilities being required to do chores at school. It all began when Michelle, author of Big Blueberry Eyes, went to observe the class her daughter will be joining next year as she transitions…

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