You have the ability to create a happier, fuller, more diverse world, simply by being more inclusive in your daily life.

Of people say they don't know how to talk to someone with a disability

That’s probably why 53% of people with special needs feel they face barriers when trying to make friends. Let’s change that.


5 Inclusion Mistakes People Without Disabilities Can Correct Today

Avoid these social slips to make sure you always come correct when talking to people with special needs.

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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.


read between the lines

Did you know that 55% of communication comes from non-verbal cues, like facial expressions, hand gestures, and posture?
Some people with disabilities, like Will, are non-verbal — but they still have a lot to say. 


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You can support inclusion by buying from businesses and brands owned by people with disabilities. Check out these entrepreneurs who are showing the world what it means to be a #Boss.

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The National Down Syndrome Society also promotes artists, entrepreneurs and business owners with Down syndrome through its “Self-Advocate Businesses” program. Learn more about the program and support their work by clicking here.

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