Did you know chart-topping singer Billie Eilish has Tourette Syndrome?
Gymnastics superstar Simone Biles takes medication for ADHD?
Kristi Yamaguchi, Olympic ice skating gold medalist and Dancing with the Stars champ, was born with clubfeet?

When a student is diagnosed with a disability, the news can feel overwhelming. The truth, though, is that a disability is just one of many factors that makes a student interesting and unique.

To help normalize living with a disability, my daughter and I researched and built this set of interactive bulletin board materials to give students and their families assurance that life is filled with wonderful possibilities despite – or sometimes even because of – a diagnosed disability. 

Let’s play a few rounds! Can you name these famous figures? 

Keep scrolling for the answers.

You’re almost there!

Want to use this bulletin board in your classroom, library, or counseling office? Click here to learn more: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Disability-Awareness-Bulletin-Board-Interactive-Inclusion-Display-for-Teens-7621696

Teach on, everyone!

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