6 things you can do when your child points or stares at a child who uses a wheelchair.

"Don't rush your child over to say hi. My sons’ appearances in public are not your 'teachable moments.'”

It happened every time I took my family out in public: stares, open mouths, finger pointing, awkward conversations and personal questions. And then my fourth, and soon fifth children added their wheelchairs to the large family traveling circus and things got even worse.

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