Can't and shouldn't. Those words too often turn into "could have" and "should have" - regrets about lost opportunities. Apostrophe, a quarterly magazine for, about and by people with developmental disabilities, intends to help turn "can't" and "shouldn't" into "can" and "should."
This full color, glossy magazine currently has subscribers in 30 states, and is growing in readership daily. Apostrophe, a concept developed by AWARE Inc. CEO Larry Noonan, advocates for people with developmental disabilities and gives them another way to advocate for themselves.
"Forget can't and don't. We can and do."
Every story, column and section in the magazine uses people first language and relates to "can" and "do" and eliminating apostrophes in peoples' lives. Aside from information about benefits, work, disability law, access and real life examples of people achieving independence, it also offers easy to follow how-to guides, recipes, recreational information and entertainment.
Find out more at www.apostrophemagazine.com