What’s Your Superpower?
CapABLE is educating and empowering for a more inclusive future. It is the mission of our program to ensure that every student becomes their own superhero. You can change the mindset. You can make a difference. What’s your superpower?
It is crucial to the development of a child that they be educated on what inclusion looks like in all environments. The CapABLE curriculum educates students without disabilities on appropriate language when addressing disabilities and how to ask questions when faced with curiosity.
We believe that every student deserves to feel empowered, especially in an environment where they spend 15% of their life. CapABLE provides students with disabilities with the right tools to advocate for themselves or seek guidance from the right people.
The CapABLE curriculum equips students with concrete skills, knowledge and appropriate language that can be applied in and out of the classroom. Providing students with and without disabilities with the tools to coexist in an inclusive, encouraging environment is key to supporting diversity and a high quality of life.
Of people admit to avoiding people with disabilities out of discomfort and not knowing how to act around them. The next generation of students have the opportunity to change this statistic. Be the difference.
Of students with disabilities reported being bullied. The negative perception of “different” is the root of bullying and discrimination. Change the perception.
Children in the United States identify with having a disability. It’s about time we embrace and encourage this portion of our population. Embrace their superpowers.
Need a Speaker?
Want more information? Contact us and book an appearance to have CapABLE creator and author Vivian O’Neal speak to your faculty and/or students.
We will provide inclusion resources, instruction on the mission and goals of the curriculum and instruction on how to navigate each lesson.
CapABLE is a program whose mission is to educate on bridging the gap between those with disabilities and those without, while empowering students to embrace their differences.
- Vivian O’Neal, Miss USM on Supertalk MS RadioCapitol Hill, Miss University of Southern Mississippi, Miss Mississippi, and Supertalk Radio! This interview was full of all the good things! Thank you so much to Rebecca Turner for having me on your show, Good Things! It was great to discuss all the good things about being Miss USM while living in Washington, D.C.! ListenContinue reading “Vivian O’Neal, Miss USM on Supertalk MS Radio”
- CapABLE: Day 5Activity: CapABLE Cards Write down on your CapABLE Card what makes you special. It couldbe how smart you are or how you help your friends. Your superpower mightnot be the same as your neighbor’s, but when you work together as a group and combine all of your superpowers, you can accomplish anything! Share your CapA-Continue reading “CapABLE: Day 5”
- CapABLE: Day 4Critical Thinking: Yes and No Statements Read the sentence. Choose YES if you think this is the respectful thing todo. Choose NO if you think this is not the respectful thing to do. Then, on a separate piece of paper, write what would make each NO statement a YES statement. A. Jane walks into classContinue reading “CapABLE: Day 4”
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