Nov 172014
Girl In Wheelchair Spoofs ‘All About That Bass’ As ‘All About That Chair’

Heather Schouten has been paralyzed from the waist down since she was in a car accident as a little girl. But instead of letting her disability get the best of her, Heather has remained an upbeat and positive teenager. She even spoofed Meghan Trainor‘s one hit wonder All About That Bass with a wheelchair spin on the pop song in this uplifting music video


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Nov 132014
Deaf African Teen Learns Sign Language

Patrick Otema is fifteen years old and was born deaf. Sadly, there are no schools for deaf children in the remote area in Uganda where he lives reports Britain’s Channel 4. As a result, Patrick has never had a real conversation in his life. But a deaf teacher changeed all that. Raymond Okkelo traveled to his village to teach the less fortunate deaf community sign language and change their lives for the better forever. 


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Sep 232014
Boy With Williams Syndrome Connects With Horse

Roni‘s son suffers from Williams Syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that causes developmental delays and social issues. He has been working with horses for 15 years, but has never seen a horse connect with a person like when his son approached one of his new steeds. The horse seemed to have the emotional intelligence to be extra soft and sensitive with the special boy.

Now, this emotional clip has gone viral!  


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Jul 172014
Disabled Dogs In Wheelcarts Play In Field

Disabled dogs are just like every other dog. They love to frolic, run around, and play catch. This video by German YouTuber Gritta Goetz has instantly gone viral. The viral clip features a group of disabled dogs in their wheelchairs, or wheelcarts really, playing with a stick in a field. Oh joy!


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May 122014
Man With No Hands Plays Table Tennis By Holding Paddle In His Mouth

Egyptian Ibrahim Hamato grew up loving table tennis, but after a terrible accident at the age of ten he lost both his hands. But that didn’t extinguish his passion for ping pong. He decided he would play the game no matter what. After years of practice he has perfected the game by holding the paddle in his mouth.

His message: nothing is impossible. 

The International Table Tennis Federation was inspired by his story, and invited Ibrahim as an honored guest to the ZEN-NOH 2014 World Team Table Tennis Championships in Tokyo, Japan.


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