As we are gearing up for another school year, we figured this would be a good time to share a case of the "good feels" on our blog. Over the summer, there were many exciting and heartwarming stories that featured kids with disabilities. We thought we would share a few with you. Thanks to our own, Stephanie Guest, for sending in all these stories to be featured in this post.
On a flight to Israel, a kind woman stepped up to help a child with autism that was overstimulated on a flight. She was able to help calm him down and give his mother a break. The story from Good News Network can be found here.
Also from Good News Network, a young boy that is deaf was able to communicate with
Mickey and Minnie Mouse via sign language in a recent trip to Disneyland in Anaheim,
California. The story can be found here.
In another heart warming story from Good News Network, a man decided to not only propose to his now fiancé, but also to her sister with Down syndrome. You can read the story here.
Lastly, from Good News Network comes a story about a boy with autism and how kindly he was treated at an arcade by staff members. The story can be found here .
In this story by NBC today, an 8 year old boy helped save money to buy his friend a new wheelchair. You can read the story here.
Newsweek wrote a story about a child that suffered brain damage after drowning. This brain damage was significantly corrected with a new type of oxygen therapy. The story can be found here.
Last and certainly not least, the young boy with Down syndrome will put a smile on your face as he belts out Whitney Houston. You can read the story here. Video is below