“Elsa’s ability to make snow and ice makes her different from her parents, her sister Anna and everyone else around her. As a result, others treat her differently. Like Elsa, children with disabilities are often the only ones in their family who are disabled, and they may be similarly misunderstood, treated differently or segregated. This is, in part, why so many disabled kids identify with her. They know what it is like to feel isolated and alone, even at home.” Check out this article about the movie Frozen.
Have you seen the movie Frozen? What does your child think of the movie? If your child has MD have you talked to them about Elsa, do you think they relate to her?
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