by Neil Jacobson
Imagine that one of the missions of our religious school is 'to teach all students how they can have a unique and significant role in Tikkun Olam (healing the world) and their community.'
Both my wife, Denise, and I have significant Cerebral Palsy, a disability which
causes us to have slurred speech, use powered wheelchairs to get around, and
necessitates that we do activities of daily living in creative ways. The time I
felt the most accepted was when our son, David, was a baby. Since Denise took