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The View from Oliver’s Wheelchair

February 13, 2020

Let me commend this to you and get out of the way —-

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Her View From Home

Thank you Target🎯😀👏 Oliver stopped me dead in his tracks and turned back around to see this picture that he spotted! He just stared at it in awe! He recognized another boy like him, smiling and laughing on a display at Target. I am so happy that other kids who pass through here with their parents will see this!

Target chose a child that uses a wheelchair over an able bodied child which cost them nothing extra. Representing is so important. Oliver has NEVER seen another child that uses a wheelchair. He’s almost 2 and is starting to notice the differences. Target’s decision to represent disabled people showed a 2 year old boy that there are other’s just like him. Every time a company does something like this, it helps people like Oliver to feel like they are not so different!

Edited to add: This post was shared so much that it made it to the family and the boy in the Target display. Thank you Colton in Massachusetts for making a difference!!

*via Ollie’s World (shared with permission)
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