Apostrophe published Theresa Gardner’s story back in 2012. Her story is a...
Update: Larry Stanhope’s supported living story was published in Apostrophe winter 2010....
At one point, bullying led to a broken leg. But, no longer a victim of childhood bullying, Stephanie has developed into a strong self-advocate and leader.
A weekly routine, Stephanie reaches out to officers, deputies, troopers, U.S. Marshalls and more — she writes letters to connect. “I let officers know that
Dylan Kuehl, 32, young artist and businessman, and most importantly, my son, always dreamed of being a student at his local 4-year college
Family connection, living in Ethiopia and spending a lot of time in the outdoors has given Nick Roussos the wonderful gift of having plenty of interesting
Ask Nick Roussos to describe himself, and he’ll tell you that he is a “total thrill seeker.” He loves almost any water sport, including white water raftin
breaking barriers, promoting inclusion and giving those who have a disability the opportunity to shine. And just like that, Butterfly Dreams pageants1