Our Friends

Here at Enabled Kids, we’ve come across some amazing people who inspire us by what they do. Check them out here!



Mari Nosal(M.Ed., CECE) is certified by the Department of Early Childhood Education as a lead preschool teacher, an infant and toddler teacher, and site coordinator qualified to manage school age programs. As a parent of a son with Asperger’s, she and her son show how it is possible to overcome obstacles and achieve your goals.

See her on LinkedIn >>




Cerebral Palsy Association in Alberta –  An organization dedicated to engaging the community at-large and like-minded organizations to increase awareness, inclusion, and opportunities for persons with disabilities.

Bright Beacon – Great online community for parents of children with special needs.

Bringing the Sunshine – Great blog by Andi, an ordinary mom with extraordinary kids, living an ordinary yet extraordinary life.

Down Syndrome CentreDown Syndrome Centre provides parents and caregivers of children with DS with a great learning resource and community. Natan is a Guest Advisor for their Advisor blogs.

Edmonton Cerebral Palsy Association – An association made up of families who are affected by Cerebral Palsy. Their goal is to educate, support and to help their members live better, more productive lives within their community. Natan’s articles are regularly published on their blog.

Friendship CircleFriendship Circle (Toronto) pairs teen volunteers with kids with special needs through their different programs.

Hope Magazine OnlineHope Magazine Online publishes informative, inspiring and helpful articles geared towards the special needs community.

Living life to the full around the world – Great blog run by Susie Bennett about people with disabilities. Natan is a contributor to the blog.

Pediastaff - Pediastaff provides professionals with valuable resources such as a job search engine and features credible articles that are helpful to those in OT, PT, SLP and other professions. Natan’s articles have been featured in their blog and newsletters.

Special Needs Resource Magazine - Special Needs Resource Magazine provides information and resources to help children with special needs.

2 thoughts on “Our Friends

    • Unfortunately since we are located in Canada, we are unaware of any funding pools in Kentucky at the moment. However, if we do come across something we will be sure to let you know!

      Wishing you all the best,
      Natan Gendelman
      Director / Osteopath
      Health in Motion Rehabilitation

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