Celebrating Dads with Disabilities

#DPPDadsDay

  1. Disabled Parenting Project- Join us for a Twitter Chat to Celebrate #Fathers with #Disabilities 6/17 at 3p ET/12p PT #DPPDadsDay
  2. Join us on 6/17 at 3p Eastern/12p Pacific for a Twitter Chat celebrating dads with #disabilities #DPPDadsDay https://t.co/AhgACRNXlZ
    Join us on 6/17 at 3p Eastern/12p Pacific for a Twitter Chat celebrating dads with #disabilities #DPPDadsDay pic.twitter.com/AhgACRNXlZ
  3. Join the DPP for a Twitter Chat to celebrate fathers with disabilities, 6/17 at 3p Eastern. Use Hashtag #DPPDadsDay https://t.co/95pT6eKQkC
    Join the DPP for a Twitter Chat to celebrate fathers with disabilities, 6/17 at 3p Eastern. Use Hashtag #DPPDadsDay pic.twitter.com/95pT6eKQkC
  4. Please check out this wonderful story about Casey Morton, a dad with Mosaic Down Syndrome #DPPDadsDay  http://ow.ly/oA5w301cpkq 
  5. Join the DPP for a Twitter Chat to celebrate fathers with disabilities, 6/17 at 3p ET. Use Hashtag #DPPDadsDay https://t.co/3cealH17o3
    Join the DPP for a Twitter Chat to celebrate fathers with disabilities, 6/17 at 3p ET. Use Hashtag #DPPDadsDay pic.twitter.com/3cealH17o3
  6. A father with Mosaic Down Syndrome shares his story of inclusive love:  http://bit.ly/1XnkMJ2  #DPPDadsDay
  7. DPP Twitter Chat to celebrate fathers with disabilities, 6/17 at 3p ET. Use Hashtag #DPPDadsDay https://t.co/6Ay6ewBG2o
    DPP Twitter Chat to celebrate fathers with disabilities, 6/17 at 3p ET. Use Hashtag #DPPDadsDay pic.twitter.com/6Ay6ewBG2o
  8. On Friday, 6/17 at 3p Eastern/12p Pacific, the DPP is hosting a Father's Day Twitter Chat. Remember to use hashtag #DPPDadsDay
  9. @disparenting looking forward to tomorrow's Twitter chat with other fathers with disabilities #DPPDadsDay
  10. This is a wonderful story about Evan Kaplan, a dad with psychiatric disabilities, and his daughter.  http://ow.ly/FzHV301cpQ3  #DPPDadsDay
  11. Join the DPP for a Twitter Chat to celebrate fathers with disabilities, 6/17 at 3p ET. #DPPDadsDay https://t.co/Czl7GKcNr8
    Join the DPP for a Twitter Chat to celebrate fathers with disabilities, 6/17 at 3p ET. #DPPDadsDay pic.twitter.com/Czl7GKcNr8
  12. @disparenting we can't wait to talk about the unique issues the face dads with disabilities! #DPPDadsDay
  13. Today at 3pm Eastern, join us for a Twitter Chat to celebrate dads with disabilities! #DPPDadsDay https://t.co/DgnybVrtSA
    Today at 3pm Eastern, join us for a Twitter Chat to celebrate dads with disabilities! #DPPDadsDay pic.twitter.com/DgnybVrtSA
  14. Today at 3pm Eastern, join @disparenting for a Twitter Chat to celebrate dads with disabilities! #DPPDadsDay
  15. Celebrate Fathers with Disabilities! Live Twitter Chat #DPPDadsDay Today at 3pm ET/12pm PT Disabled Parenting Project @disparenting
  16. The #DPPDadsDay twitter chat starts in an hour! Remember to have twitter up and your tweeting at the ready!
  17. Get ready 2 join Twitter Chat to Celebrate #Fathers with #Disabilities today at 3p ET/12p PT #DPPDadsDay
  18. Get ready 2 join Twitter Chat to Celebrate #Fathers with #Disabilities today at 3p ET/12p PT #DPPDadsDay
  19. I'm ready to go! Chris here aka crippastor. Set up an account just for this! #DPPDadsDay
  20. Twitter chats hosted by @disparenting follow the Q1 or Question 1 format followed by Answer 1 or A1, as in... #DPPDadsDay
  21. Remember to always put the hashtag #DPPDadsDay at the end of each Tweet
  22. The focus of the #DPPDadsDay Twitter chat is to celebrate fathers with disabilities
  23. Let's start with introductions. This is Robyn, cofounder of the DPP. Who else is participating in today's chat? #DPPDadsDay
  24. The National Federation of the Blind is here and ready to chat. #DPPDadsDay
  25. The National Federation of the Blind is here and ready to chat. #DPPDadsDay
  26. AbleThrive is participating in #DPPDadsDay chat! We're a resource and reference for people with disabilities.
  27. @disparenting Hi Robyn, we're the @RockyMtnADA. Excited to hear some ways to celebrate dads with disabilities this holiday. #DPPDadsDay
  28. I'm Adam Ayers, a 35 yr. old, father of two. I have OI. I work for @cincyrec as an inclusion coordinator. #DPPDadsDay
  29. Let’s begin… Q1. What are the biggest challenges facing fathers with disabilities? #DPPDadsDay
  30. This is Kara Ayers-also a co-founder of @disparenting Glad you could all join us! #DPPDadsDay
  31. I am a disability rights lawyer and father of 2 great young men, ages 17 and 22, and I have bipolar disorder #DPPDadsDay
  32. A1 Recognition of abilities. Often focus is moms, add in disability = sometimes problems #DPPDadsDay
  33. A1: Fathers with disabilities need greater access to resources and stronger community bases for support. #DPPDadsDay
  34. This is Patrick Cokley from the Lead On Update. I am low vision and the dad of two kids with disabilities #DPPDadsDay
  35. Happening now Twitter Chat to Celebrate #Fathers with #Disabilities. Please join us in the celebration #DPPDadsDay
  36. A1 For father’s with mental illness like me, biggest challenges are stigma and discrimination and self-doubt/self-hatred #DPPDadsDay
  37. A1 part 2, I meant to say recognition of parental ability #DPPDadsDay
  38. A1-Getting the benefit of the doubt that fathers w/disabilities are capable of raising their children and keeping them safe. #DPPDadsDay
  39. A1 A lot of people with psychiatric disabilities receive and internalize messages that they can't be a good parent #DPPDadsDay
  40. A1 There is a need for more positive examples of Dads with disabilities being competent/awesome dads #DPPDadsDay
  41. Q2. The focus is usually on moms. What unique needs or experiences do dads with disabilities have that moms don't? #DPPDadsDay
  42. @DisabilityTD We'd love to have you join us on #DPPDadsDay twitter chat with @disparenting happening now
  43. A1: the biggest challenges for disabled fathers are the low expectations of society. #DPPDadsDay
  44. A1 Big challenge for dads with disabilities is often attitudes and assumptions of other (nondisabled) people #dppdadsday
  45. A1 I agree on times of self doubt esp. when i can't do "typical" dad stuff. i have cp by the way #DPPDadsDay
  46. Great point @cripastor that disabled fathers often get overlooked. Parenting is not just about moms! #DPPDadsDay
  47. A2 For me, the biggest supports have been my wife @StrickerStreet and my boys, they are all natural supports to me as a father #DPPDadsDay
  48. Q1 - the able-body worlds perception about people with disabilities. When with my kids people often ask if they are my brothers #DPPDadsDay
  49. @AsieduEdmund So glad you could join us. We want to hear the voices of prospective dads too. #DPPDadsDay
  50. I've been supporting my wife in many ways, incl. cooking, doing laundry, etc. #DPPDadsDay
  51. Live tweeting with the community right now about supporting dads on Father's Day. Join in! #DPPDadsDay
  52. Mom's tend to work in packs. Dads need to learn this skill - it's even more important for dads with disabilities #DPPDadsDay
  53. Reasking in case you missed it. Q2. What unique needs or experiences do dads with disabilities have that moms don't? #DPPDadsDay
  54. Q 2 My wife says I'm better at playing with dolls! :) I actually can't think of big differences, its just parenting i think. #DPPDadsDay
  55. A1: I think the biggest challenge is living in a society in which most people don't see your abilities. #DPPDadsDay
  56. A2 I'm not sure it's being a dad instead of non-custody parent but stigma in family court is tough #DPPDadsDay
  57. A2-I do whatever is needed for my children, whether it be wresting, snuggling, or playing dress up. I'm a multi-tool kinda dad #DPPDadsDay
  58. A2 Sometimes Dads with disabilities are expected to play traditional male roles that conflict with their abilities/interests #DPPDadsDay
  59. Exactly, @AndyAUCD Stills lot of work 2 do in the mental health community re #stigma & parenting with psychiatric disability #DPPDadsDay
  60. Q3. What supports or services are most helpful to fathers w/ disabilities? This includes informal supports like friends/family. #DPPDadsDay
  61. A1: I think employers should hire people w/disabilities since that will help more dads w/ disabilities to support their families #DPPDadsDay
  62. @AbleThrive @AndyAUCD Can parents even ask for support w/o risking kids being taken away nowadays? #DPPDadsDay
  63. A3 For me, the biggest supports have been my wife @StrickerStreet and my boys, they are all natural supports to me as a father #DPPDadsDay
  64. A3 What's really helped me is just knowing there are others like me out there. Onr reason I loved this week off DPP. #DPPDadsDay
  65. A2 Unique to dads (w/ disabilities) is also having to deal with society's expectations/definition of masculinity #DPPDadsDay
  66. A3 A good support is other dads to give you context to what you're doing. Other dads with disabilities are even better. #DPPDadsDay
  67. .@AsieduEdmund That's a great point. So many areas of advocacy overlap when it comes to parenting. #DPPDadsDay #PWDemployment
  68. I see disabled fathers challenging the traditional gender and ability roles society pushes #powerful #DPPDadsDay
  69. @DrKaraAyers Thanks for having me. As a future dad, I hope to be the best dad to my unborn children. #DPPDadsDay
  70. A3: Dads with disabilities need other dads with disabilities to connect with and talk to in order to share experiences. #DPPDadsDay
  71. A3-My wife @DrKaraAyers is my biggest supporter and teammate. No one else understands quite like she does. #DPPDadsDay
  72. feisty...exactly about concerns to even raise issues #DPPDadsDay
  73. I see disabled dads utilizing their problem-solving and creativity to the benefit of their families. #DPPDadsDay
  74. A3 being low vision my supports often have to do with transportation. Accessible transit is key for my #1Dad role #DPPDadsDay
  75. A2- as a father of 2 young boys the challenge is working on their sports. A mom can't do it the way a dad can #DPPDadsDay
  76. A3 Peer support is vital- having other parents w/disabilities to learn and share with is something a lot of people lack #DPPDadsDay
  77. A3: Family & friends r a great support system. The @NOPBC is full of resources for blind & sighted dads.  http://www.nopbc.org  #dppdadsday
  78. A3 oh was that question so we could shout out to our partners? This is why I need other dads around @RebeccaCokley #DPPDadsDay
  79. Q4. What supports, services, or adaptive equipment would be most useful but are not available or too costly? #DPPDadsDay
  80. A3-My friend @Rmp84 is my one and only homie i truly trust. Having him as a friend and him also being a father is a big support. #DPPDadsDay
  81. A3: I think one of the best supports for dads with disabilities is a Wife who loves & understand her husband, & vice versa. #DPPDadsDay
  82. @FeistyTri @AbleThrive @AndyAUCD @lindsay_baran I think that's a benefit of peer supports. There's often more trust and empathy #DPPDadsDay
  83. A1: the biggest challenges for disabled fathers are the low expectations of society. #DPPDadsDay
  84. A3: Family & friends r a great support system. The NOPBC is full of resources for blind & sighted dads.  http://www.nopbc.org  #dppdadsday
  85. A3- opportunities like this is helpful. We need each other #DPPDadsDay
  86. A4-Affordable adapted equipment to be able to navigate terrain and to be right next to your kids to share in ALL experiences. #DPPDadsDay
  87. A4 biggest expensive support for Dads with psych disabilities often is quality therapy, which can cost hundreds of $ per week #DPPDadsDay
  88. Is ir A4? Everything equipment-wise is too costly. I've rehabbed several elec wheelchairs not to mention 1s for outside terain #DPPDadsDay
  89. a4: More initiatives like this to recognize that accessible toys benefit parents too:  http://www.adaptoys.org/  #DPPDadsDay
  90. A4 considering the $$$ of child accessories there should be more adaptive strollers & baby stuff for dads with disabilities #DPPDadsDay
  91. A2: One unique thing about me as a future dad is that I focus more on my abilities as I build a strong foundation 4 the family. #DPPDadsDay
  92. A4: Adaptive equipment such as low changing tables or a stroller for a wheelchair user to push can be prohibitively expensive. #DPPDadsDay
  93. Q5. How do children benefit from having fathers with disabilities? Does your disability make your kids stronger, etc.? #DPPDadsDay
  94. Can I ask a question related to supports? A3, Is there a disabled dads group? Maybe we could start one? #DPPDadsDay
  95. A4: An overall supportive community would be 1 of the best resources. Especially regarding the rights of parents w/disabilities. #dppdadsday
  96. A5-My kids are growing up understanding difference and show tolerance for difference at a much younger age. #DPPDadsDay
  97. A4 Disability is often expensive as it is. Having to pay extra for modifications & adaptive equipment is out of reach for many! #DPPDadsDay
  98. A5: Fathers with disabilities can expand the worldview, compassion, and accepting nature of their children. #DPPDadsDay
  99. a4: While unfortunate, many disabled dads also sometimes need access to affordable and skilled legal representation. #DPPDadsDay
  100. A5 I've actually written on DPP blog that it does...Def. my daughter is stronger or more inclusive, knowledgeable #DPPDadsDay
  101. A5 My boys would tell you they enjoyed being connected to our disability movement from an early age & they met cool peeps #DPPDadsDay
  102. A5-Disability is seen as a positive and something to be proud of. #DPPDadsDay
  103. A5- They learn about compassion and understanding. Also that things aren't always easy #DPPDadsDay
  104. A5-My daughter can dominate navigation in my wheelchair. A skill none of her peers have! #DPPDadsDay
  105. A5 My dad was disabled and our family was closer, likely because of it. We ran into challenges and approached them as a team. #DPPDadsDay
  106. A5 bipolar disorder runs in families, so having a Dad live well with it might help my boys manage it if they end up having it #DPPDadsDay
  107. A5: having a blind dad teaches kids 2 think outside the box. Example: developing ways to build w/Legos. #dppdadsday  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ncVyVcAG9o 
  108. Q6. What is your state doing to end discrimination against parents with disabilities? Or what should they do? #DPPDadsDay
  109. A6-Groups like @UCUCEED is working hard to change policy and protect parents with disabilities. #DPPDadsDay
  110. Q5 My dad also served as a role model of a strong disabled adult. Good footsteps to follow in when my condition became disabling #DPPDadsDay
  111. @AndyAUCD and seriously who better to parent kids with disabilities than disabled adults?! #wegetit #DPPDadsDay
  112. Q5 I often think of the words of Alex Reeve who said "we grew as a family not in spite of but because of my dad's disability" #DPPDadsDay
  113. A6-Ohio is one of many states kids can be removed, based solely on disability. Very scary as a Daddy. This must change! #DPPDadsDay
  114. A6 Undo anything that discriminates against a parent soley based on disability and actually enforce it. #DPPDadsDay
  115. @AyersFORCE1 We're working hard to provide info about the rights PwDs have- first understanding, then action! #DPPDadsDay
  116. A5 It helped my daughter develop a strong sense of confidence in speaking up as an advocate #DPPDadsDay
  117. A6 My state of Maryland should pass a state law that outlaws discrimination against parents w/ disabilities like the Idaho law #DPPDadsDay
  118. #DPPDadsDay A6 province must ensure schools are accessible..all,of them and fully
  119. @AndyAUCD so true! every state should! we have been trying for years in Massachusetts, unsuccessfully :( #DPPDadsDay
  120. A3: Dads with disabilities, such as @AndyAUCD, motivate me a lot, as a future dad. #DPPDadsDay
  121. a6: Education and changes to adoption laws could be more inclusive. International negotiations long shot but needed #DPPDadsDay
  122. A6: Here in MD, the governor signed a law on 5/10 that lessens discrimination against blind parents. #dppdadsday
  123. Q7. What adaptive parenting techniques do you use to take care of your children? #DPPDadsDay
  124. A4: An overall supportive community would be 1 of the best resources. Especially regarding the rights of parents w/disabilities. #dppdadsday
  125. A6- if we are depending on the government to end discrimination we're in big trouble. We must be out there showing what we can #DPPDadsDay
  126. A7-Working with @MayWeHelpOrg to build a light weight wagon to pull my tiny tots behind my wheelchair. #DPPDadsDay
  127. A7 not sure it is adaptive but I have always leveled with my children about my psychiatric disability, from an early age #DPPDadsDay
  128. A7: Bells on shoes, #Braille labels, etc. Lots of nonvisual techniques available on  http://www.blindparents.org . #dppdadsday
  129. Q7 overalls! For any parent with a mobility disability it's a built-in handle! #DPPDadsDay
  130. A7-Carrying Hannah as a baby in a sling, that laid her comfortably on my lap, while its secured around my neck. Good memories. #DPPDadsDay
  131. Q8. Where do you go to get information on parenting with a disability? #DPPDadsDay
  132. A1 Society's preconceived notion of what we can/can't do… My own sister had doubts I could change a diaper because I am blind! #DPPDadsDay
  133. Q7 b/c my kids also have disabilities we talk abt learning & doing things different ways and being comfortable in who u are #DPPDadsDay
  134. A7-I use my wedding ring to tap my push rim on my chair, and my kids know they need come to Dad right away. Its our echolocation #DPPDadsDay
  135. A8: We go to websites such as @disparenting for info on parenting with a disability...and aim to be a resource as well! #DPPDadsDay
  136. A8 my best resources has been other dads. Being a member of groups like @LPANational make finding these cool guys easy #DPPDadsDay
  137. A8 I didn't really have a place that I went to get info on parenting with bipolar disorder, I kind of made it up as I went along #DPPDadsDay
  138. A8- Like any new parents you learn on the fly. People with disabilities learn how to adapt their whole lives #DPPDadsDay
  139. a8, I agree with others...just sort of figured things out. #DPPDadsDay
  140. Q9. What advice do you have for professionals who work with fathers with disabilities? #DPPDadsDay
  141. A8-Really feel like i'm just trying to be the best Father I can be, and many times, I'm just doing what feels right to me. #DPPDadsDay
  142. A8'that is a tricky one! Other parents of course, but I am often the only disabled parent in the room! #DPPDadsDay
  143. A9-Give them the same benefit of the doubt you do other Dads. Just cause you don't know how they do it, doesn't mean they don't. #DPPDadsDay
  144. A3 Wait staff/shopkeepers who are respectful/accommodating but not pushy as to hurt your dignity/manhood when out alone w/ kids #DPPDadsDay
  145. A8 Some CILs around the country have parents groups. ALL have info on local resources that are helpful for parents & families. #DPPDadsDay
  146. A9: Keep an open mind; there are ways to adapt; don't set low expectations; blind dads can live the lives they want. #dppdadsday
  147. A9 My advice to MH professionals working with Dads w/ psych disabilities would be to follow the golden rule (rarely happens) #DPPDadsDay
  148. Q10. What advice do you have for men with disabilities who are considering fatherhood? #DPPDadsDay
  149. A9 Fathers want to be positive actors in their kids lives. Forget what you think about disability & give good Fatherhood tools. #DPPDadsDay
  150. A9- things won't always be easy. Just don't give up. If something doesn't work, try another way and keep trying till it works #DPPDadsDay
  151. A10 being a father is like riding the scariest roller coaster in the world. Yeah you could die but what a ride! #DPPDadsDay
  152. A10-Having your children look up to you and call you Dad is the best feeling. If that's something you want, then go for it! #DPPDadsDay
  153. @AndyAUCD I remember when the boys thought being a lawyer was a disability #DPPDadsDay
  154. A10 If you want to be a good father, start by being a good person. Start by loving the people in your life #DPPDadsDay
  155. A10- DO IT! There is nothing more rewarding than being a father. #DPPDadsDay
  156. Q11. Last question…Should we have more Twitter Chats and what should the topics be? #DPPDadsDay
  157. In my research I was stunned by the way professionals assumed men w ID didn't want to be fathers #DPPDadsDay
  158. @AndyAUCD I always thought that was cool. I think too often parents think there needs to be "the talk"#DPPDadsDay
  159. A7: Bells on shoes, #Braille labels, etc. Lots of nonvisual techniques available on  http://www.blindparents.org . #dppdadsday
  160. A9: Keep an open mind; there are ways to adapt; don't set low expectations; blind dads can live the lives they want. #dppdadsday
  161. A10 There are TONS of ppl w disabilities parenting- seek them out. Learn from them. Don't feel like you have to go it alone. #DPPDadsDay
  162. A11: Yes, definitely more chats. Some topics: resources, support systems, education. #dppdadsday
  163. @disparenting A10 You can do it- there are so many people and resources here to help! #DPPDadsDay
  164. A9 professionals should consult with DPOs before intervention #DPPDadsDay
  165. @disparenting A10. Hurry up and make those babies! ...before the global fascist resurgence reboots eugenic sterilization laws. #DPPDadsDay
  166. Q10 Being a good parent & being disabled are not mutually exclusive. We are just as qualified as anyone else. #DPPDadsDay
  167. A11 I could use a twitter chat on how to be an empty nester w/ a disability (which happens to me this August) :-) #DPPDadsDay
  168. Happy Father’s Day to all the amazing disabled dads out there! #DPPDadsDay
  169. A10 you'll have a moment where you realize that your disability matters and yet doesn't matter at all b/c you are just "Dad." #DPPDadsDay
  170. A10 Becoming a dad is the best thing to ever happened to me… Don't let anyone – including yourself — talk you out of being a dad #DPPDadsDay
  171. TY for the engaging conversation! This officially concludes the chat. But you can still respond using #DPPDadsDay.
  172. A11: Yes! More Twitter chats please! Perhaps on adaptive parenting. #DPPDadsDay
  173. Happy Fathers Day to all the Dads out their who love their children unconditionally! Thanks for the conversations. #DPPDadsDay
  174. A9 Professionals working w/ disabled Dads should learn about disability movement and cultivate disability pride & culture #DPPDadsDay
  175. We wish dads of all abilities a Happy Father's Day this weekend! #DPPDadsDay
  176. Happy father's day to the Dads out there w/ and w/o disabilities! May the force be with you and your children #DPPDadsDay
  177. A11 yes! Many parents in my circles and in my work have had child welfare intervention. We need to organiz #DPPDadsDay
  178. Have a great weekend and a very happy Father's Day! #DPPDadsDay
  179. A11 how to develop affirming and celebratory disability culture #DPPDadsDay
  180. For those who missed the chat, please still answer the questions! The conversations can continue... #DPPDadsDay
  181. A11 Would be nice to have a chat involving Dads with intellectual disabilities like Ricardo Thornton #DPPDadsDay
  182. @disparenting A8. As with most aspects of "parenting", the preeminent authorities are the children. #DPPDadsDay
  183. A11: Yes, definitely more chats. Some topics: resources, support systems, education. #dppdadsday
  184. We wish dads of all abilities a Happy Father's Day this weekend! #DPPDadsDay
  185. I hope all parents with disabilities including disabled dads will use Disabled Parenting Project as a resource 4 info & support #dppdadsday
  186. @AndyAUCD agreed, tired assumption MH issues = parenting probs. Empower men 2 ask for support. Not perpetuate stigma & fear #DPPDadsDay
  187. Are you a parent with a disability? It's not too late to read & respond to today's Twitter chat. Just click on - #DPPDadsDay
  188. In Colorado anyway, a disabled parent might just use Cannabis products to get aid in their daily routine, you never know. #DPPDadsDay
  189. Could not agree more with you: a partner and two boys with patience are the best supports that I've had #DPPDadsDay  https://twitter.com/AndyAUCD/status/743885263231942656 
  190. @disparenting A6 fortunate to live in a state with solid advocacy for #PWD / Cold have better public transit in Suburbia #DPPDadsDay
  191. A8 Lrnd early parenting blogs, 4pwd or not, R more suggestions than manifestos, everyone is different #DPPDadsDay  https://twitter.com/disparenting/status/743891855004303360 
  192. @disparenting A9 first Midwife was so empowering comma total inclusion with partner, second not so much. Made a huge difference #DPPDadsDay
  193. @disparenting A10 it's the hardest and scariest but most rewarding and joyful experience you will ever have. #DPPDadsDay
  194. A10 it's also great when they start to grow up and can read to you or help guide you around #DPPDadsDay
  195. #DPPDadsDay I'm a #blind dad with two young boys ages four and six, to them I'm just a plain old dad, stubborn and stern but full of love.
  196. Would be great to have this continued Into the Night comma 4 working dads 2 shime in after the kids are down. #DPPDadsDay
  197. Happy Father's Day to all dads, including dads of kids with disabilities and dad with disabilities! #DPPDadsDay https://t.co/Fyuuqrmnn7
    Happy Father's Day to all dads, including dads of kids with disabilities and dad with disabilities! #DPPDadsDay pic.twitter.com/Fyuuqrmnn7
  198. Happy Father's Day to all the dads out there, including dads of kids with disabilities and dad with disabilities! #DPPDadsDay
  199. Great story about a dad with CP! Happy Father's Day to all of the wonderful disabled dads out there!  http://ow.ly/CbqN301in1M  #DPPDadsDay