Having a disability means that you might not be able to do something just like everyone else your age. Living with that disability means enjoying your life and activities in your own way.

Someone with asthma might have breathing problems, but they still run races and win Olympic medals.

People with vision problems might not be able to read the same magazines that their friends read, but they write and publish their own articles and stories.

Disabilities present challenges and difficulties. Life is how we deal with them.

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Bandaides and Blackboards: Teens
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Share stories and poems, read teens tips to parents and teachers, and the good, the bad, and the ugly about having a chronic illness.
Can Do Kids
[ Kids/Teens ] Focus is on what kids can accomplish. Provides online games for geography, writing, an ability survey, dream sharing, and how to make the world a better place.
Child and Youth Health: ADHD - How It Can Affect Teenagers
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Tells how it affects school work, friendships, and relationships with siblings. Tips for managing this disorder, using medication, and feeling good.
Child and Youth Health: Cancer - Living With It
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Discusses different feelings that happen, talking about the disease, dealing with other people and how life changes.
Child and Youth Health: Cancer - When Your Brother or Sister has Cancer
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Explains feelings that many teens may have, how to be supportive of a sick sibling and helpful things to do.
Child and Youth Health: Dyslexia - Coping With It
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Tips for teens include how to help yourself, why exercise is important, getting support for school projects, and building self-esteem.
Child and Youth Health: Living With a Disability
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Tells what it is, your rights, living with family and friends, and dealing with teasing and bullying. Section for brothers and sisters.
Disability Social History Project
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Presents short biographies of famous people who had a disabling mental or physical illness.
Family Matters: Getting Along with Your Brothers and Sisters
[ Kids/Teens ] Three tips to help kids and teens talk to siblings about serious illnesses.
Kids Quest on Disability and Health
[ Kids/Teens ] Explains what a disability is and answers common questions about living with one.
Listen to Our Stories
[ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] Offers a collection of stories, poems, pictures, and songs about and by young people with disabilities ages 5 to 25. Includes index of disabilities and additional resources.
[ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] Community for ages 11 to 20 with a serious illness or disability. Includes chat, blog, games, music, news and section for siblings.
[ Kids ] Activity-based site for kids. Paint pictures, write stories and poems, and talk to other kids with difficulties.
Teens Living with Cancer: Brothers and Sisters
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Stories from teens tell about their experiences with a sick brother or sister.
When Meeting Friends with Disabilities
[ Kids/Teens ] Information about what is okay to say or do when a friend has a disability.
Young Minds: Mental Illness in Your Family
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Explains what causes it, what can be done to help, and how to cope when it affects a parent, brother or sister. Includes quotes from other young people in this situation.
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