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Video: Mindsets

Changing the way we think about children with special needs

April 21, 2010

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maria scholnick Rio Rico Arizona May 25, 2014

This video says it all what our children with special needs and their community could do to make one. Our children in our society are not being taught this way, it is very sad. I have a support group in my community which does not include children with special needs. I would love to start a program like yours. Reply

Anonymous brooklyn, ny/usa February 20, 2012

school I didnt realize that this school was about special needs thats fabulous my Granddaughter has mild PDD.Wonderful to read such colorful descriptions of a school in a positive light that is so refreshing!SheinaBlanker Reply

Rachel Longmont, CO via jewishlongmont.com March 12, 2010

Thank you I am a mom of two children with autism. Thank you for the hope you gave me today! Reply

Jen Halpern Randolph, NJ via randolphjewish.com March 10, 2010

Beautiful! Loved the video and it truly reflects your mission. Reply

Anonymous Burlington, VT March 9, 2010

Very Well Done I am an inclusion specialist in public schools - this is a video I will share with parents and staff. Thank you for putting it together. Reply

esther Brooklyn, ny March 9, 2010

Brilliant Brilliant concept. Very powerful, moving video. Frienship Circle deserves nothing less. Reply

Anonymous Brooklyn, NY March 9, 2010

Amazing Video I absolutely love this video, it brings me to tears while I watch it over and over. Keep up the good work you do! Reply

Anonymous Melbourne, AU March 5, 2010

Wow I really love this video, so powerful and emotional Reply

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