Guest post: How to talk to your children about disabilities

Have you ever been mortified as your child in innocent curiosity loudly asks why the man next to you only has one eye, is in a wheelchair, or looks the way he does?

If not, you’re lucky! Kids are experiencing the world and are naturally going to ask questions about what they are witnessing.

These moments, however awkward and uncomfortable they may be, are great opportunities to teach.

Megan Rigdon of Sunny Day Counseling offers the following advice: