Finding Their Voice: Young Carers Toronto

Young carers. They are the ones behind the scenes. Leaving home early from school to take care of their sick mother. Spending hours worrying about the well-being and future of their sibling with a special need. They are the strong ones, but also the forgotten ones. However, Hospice Toronto’s Young Carers Program is trying to […]

Book Review: A Screaming Kind of Day

Check out the groundbreaking book, “A Screaming Kind of Day”, by Rachna Gilmore!           “A Screaming Kind of Day” follows the engrossing story of Scully, a girl who is Deaf and uses hearing aids to hear her world. In order to escape the world or to have a few minutes of silence […]

Book Review: Ian’s Walk

Check out this inspirational and perspective changing book, “Ian’s Walk: A Story about Autism” by Laurie Lears!       Ian’s Walk follows a little boy named Ian and his sister Julie. Julie and her big sister Tara go on a walk and begrudgingly  bring her little brother Ian, who has autism. She explains how […]

Book Review: My Brother Charlie

Check out this inspiring book “My Brother Charlie” written by Holly Robison Peete and Ryan Elizabeth Peete! The story follows Callie, a young girl and her brother Charlie, who has autism. Throughout the book she speaks about her and her brother’s relationship and how her brother is special in his own way. She explains that […]