You have the ability to create a happier, fuller, more diverse world, simply by being more inclusive in your daily life.
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Help Us Gather (HUG), the presenting nonprofit behind We Include, boasts an army HUG Ambassadors who are changing the way people with disabilities are perceived. We want you to see their personalities and what makes them so fun and unique.
Rick is proving that people with autism have fun, vibrant personalities, once dance move at a time.
Maxine is an entrepreneur with Down syndrome who has big dreams and an even bigger personality.
Lauren proves what the research tells us; people with special needs are some of the most loyal and productive employees in the workforce.
Tim is proof that inclusion improves communities for everyone.
Shy? Not Wesley. He doesn’t let a disability stop him from being the ultimate joke machine.
It’s easy to think people with disabilities are less social. Dirk shows us why that’s simply not true.
Ed shows us that the best heroes come from all walks of life.
Mary Anne teaches us to never judge a book by its cover.
Ryan shows us just how creative the minds of our friends with autism can be.
Kartheek isn’t afraid to speak his mind — even on stage in front of hundreds of eyes.
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Right now, all eyes are on Grace Strobel, the 23-year-old model and motivator with Down syndrome.
Speaker, model, and spokesperson Rachel Barcellona radiates beauty inside and out.
Mark Fleming, a personal trainer with autism, owns the first gym in America catering to clients with autism.
Chef Allison Fogarty’s delicious, healthy treats have customers begging for more.
Daredevil dreamer Abbey Curran was told she’d never compete. Little did her critics know that the fastest way to get her to succeed was to tell her she couldn’t do it.
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