The #IAMABLE campaign is a digital portrait gallery featuring the faces and stories of real people living extraordinary lives. Coming from all over the world and with all sorts of experiences, the group of changemakers featured in the gallery are proving that they are capable of so much more than the can’t or won’t-dos that are much too quickly attached to their diagnostic “label”.
Run in December, during International Day of People with Disability, the #IAMABLE campaign is helping workplaces, schools, and communities to smash stereotypes and create a new dialogue around disability.
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AustraliaPelizaeus-Merzbacher Disease, Chromosome Disorder, Autism
Meet Kaid. He is a burst of energy wrapped in an angel face that you shouldn't let fool you!Read more
At 20 weeks pregnant we mourned the child we wouldn’t have, and that’s natural. When Jordan Grace came, we never expected the child God created for us. Jordan Grace is better than anything we could have ever dreamed of.Read more
Elli is a very typical 2.5 year old girl. She loves all things Mickey & Minnie and Elmo. She loves to read, color, keeping up with her two older siblings, going to the park and is currently learning how to ride a scooter.Read more
Wyatt was diagnosed with Christianson Syndrome a month before his 2nd birthday.Read more
United KingdomDown syndrome
On the 13th June 2017 Amelia-Rae come into our lives, with the surprise diagnosis of Down Syndrome. Seventeen months later, she’s a typical toddler, who is not defined by her diagnosis.Read more
AustraliaCri du chat Syndrome
When Ella was diagnosed with Cri du chat Syndrome she was only 3 weeks old. I was told to expect the worst, no crawling, no walking no eye contact, no communication!Read more
AmericaCerebral Palsy & Epilepsy
To know Lia is to know the true definition of pure joy. It radiates in all that she does. Lia loves life more than anyone I've ever met.Read more