Fathering is one of life’s greatest joys but also represents many challenges for the disabled; both physically and psychologically. Following are pictures of an active disabled father, participating in a variety of family activities. On many of the activities the disabled have to modify the method in which they participate, but the end result is always the same. A child connects with their father, no matter what the challenges are.

Family & Fathering

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“Fathers, like mothers, are not born. Men grow into fathers and fathering is a very important stage in their development.” --David Gottesman

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