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Paradise Faces the Bully

Paradise Faces the Bully

-[George the Puppet] Hello, I'm George and I'm here to say welcome to our fun show for the day. Fun 4 the Disabled is here to present Children's Books That Heal, a cool new event. Today's book is called "Paradise Faces the Bully" by Anthony S, with illustrations by...

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Fitness with Friends: Big 7

Fitness with Friends: Big 7

FEMALE VOICE: -For more information and a full transcript of this video, check out Fun4theDisabled.com. When joining us for this video, you need to take some precautions as your health and safety are the most important. To avoid any injury or harm, you need to check...

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Death is Stupid

Death is Stupid

[George the Puppet]: Hey everyone, its George here with another important story we're excited to share. Fun 4 the Disabled is back to present today's book "Death is Stupid" written and illustrated by Anastasia Higginbotham. This book talks about death and the grief...

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A Conversation with Chicago MOPD Commissioner Rachel Arfa

A Conversation with Chicago MOPD Commissioner Rachel Arfa

SPEAKER: Thank you for watching. And for a full transcript, visit fun4thedisabled.com. We hope you enjoy. VANESSA HARRIS: This is Vanessa Harris of Fun 4 the Disabled. I'm here with Commissioner Rachel Arfa, the Commissioner of the Mayor's Office for the City of...

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Destigmatizing Mental Health Part 4: Dyslexia

Destigmatizing Mental Health Part 4: Dyslexia

Welcome to the first episode of Hidden Heroes, a series about celebrating the strengths of learning disabilities and mental illness. In today's video, we are exploring the experiences of people with dyslexia as well as some of the hidden advantages that we may not see...

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Destigmatizing Mental Health Part 2: Depression & Anxiety

Destigmatizing Mental Health Part 2: Depression & Anxiety

-Mental health should be prioritized and viewed by our society just like physical health. Did you know that 264 million people live with depression worldwide? Or that 40 million adults over the age of eighteen in the United States have anxiety disorders? Depression...

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Snappsy the Alligator

Snappsy the Alligator

-[George the Puppet] What's up everyone? It's George, back with another story. This one's about a feisty alligator named Snappsy. It's a funny tale that will surely make you happy. Today, Fun4theDisabled presents "Snappsy the Alligator (Did Not Ask to Be in this...

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Destigmatizing Mental Health Part 1: Bipolar Disorder

Destigmatizing Mental Health Part 1: Bipolar Disorder

This video addresses the media’s flawed depiction of people with Bipolar Disorder. Depictions of mental illness in general have had a problematic history, from romanticizing disorders such as depression to wildly inaccurate depictions of schizophrenia.

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Gilbert Goldfish Wants A Pet

Gilbert Goldfish Wants A Pet

-[George the Puppet] What's up, kids? It's George, here back with another tale to share. We'll be reading "Gilbert the Goldfish Wants a Pet", written by Kelly DiPucchio and illustrated by Bob Shea. It's about a goldfish named Gilbert who lives in a bowl. Gilbert's...

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Book With No Pictures

Book With No Pictures

George the Puppet] Hey kids. I'm George the Puppet, and I'm here to sharea wacky tale about a book with no pictures. Let's take a look. Today, we're reading "The Book With No Pictures" written by BJ Novak. Now, you may be thinking,"A book with no pictures?! How...

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