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Disabilities

Uncle’s love for his niece could change millions of deaf people’s lives

A Kenyan engineer proves how family is often the best source of inspiration.

How Catholic priests helped invent sign language

Even the developer of American Sign Language studied under a priest.

New children’s book highlights the gift of people with Down syndrome

There's a great family story behind 'Kelly and the Great Pinewood Derby,' as well as a message for today's culture.

This band of musicians with disabilities refused to compete on the Sabbath, and then performed for millions

The amazing story of a Israeli band with disabilities whose popularity soared after they chose to be faithful to their religious observance

Kind-hearted teen saves for two years to help friend in need of a wheelchair

This high school senior knows the true meaning of compassion and sacrifice.

He’s 4 years old with Down syndrome, and his brothers’ joyful keeper

One of four children adopted by a Utah couple, Simon loves to help.

Nuns from Myanmar care for the disabled and educate the young

The Sisters of Charity demonstrate what it means to give your whole life to service.

Watch out for this toddler in a DIY wheelchair

Her parents had to install a speed bump in the living room!

This father pushed his son’s wheelchair to classes every day, and became “dad” of the entire class

His humble devotion to his son endeared him to teachers and students alike.

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