Albert Einstein - I think it would be amazing to sit down with him and hear him talk about his struggles and triumphs. To hear and learn how his brain worked and how he was able to overcome the stereotypes that were put on him.
2: Do you think that Special ED can do better for people with disability with what able body are learning in school?
I was very lucky to be in a public school that was one of the first to do inclusion learning. I feel that it really made a lot of us that didn’t have disabilities see that people that do have disabilities are no different. They may learn differently or act differently, but we all do in a way, right?
3: If you have to choose to walk in another person shoes for a day, who would it be?
I would choose to walk in one of my kids shoes. I would love to see how it feels going through some of the same struggles pre-teens and teens all go through, but in today’s world. How they have all of the technology on top of it all.
4: What is one thing that a person with a disability taught you?
I had a friend in elementary school who was blind. She showed me how she could do all the things we did in school just as well as anyone else. She participated in gym, music, and all classes. She taught me some basic reading in Braille. It was really eye opening as a kid to see that just because she had to do some things a little different, we were still learning the same things.