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- Disability ministry training will be far more accessible in the 2020s
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- Ten disability ministry trends to watch in the 2020s
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Daily Archives: May 15, 2011
The implication of all this for church staff and volunteers is to appreciate the reality that if you’ve seen one kid with autism, you’ve seen one kid with autism. Effective strategies for inclusion at church and the resources families find helpful in promoting the spiritual growth of their child aren’t “one size fits all” for kids with ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, or both. Continue reading