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Colleen F. Tomko Pennsylvania
Member Since: 2005

"A disability is one part of a whole person. Every person has something to give, is of equal value and worth, and deserves equal access and opportunities."

Colleen is a parent and advocate for inclusion, a Penn State graduate, a graduate of Partners in Policymaking and president of
Kids Together, Inc.
an all-volunteer unfunded non-profit.

Please read my articles on inclusion posted at Kids Together and sign up for the newsletter or join the inclusion listserv. I have provided over 15 years of volunteer work to promote inclusion and advocate for my son and others.

Drop me line at
Let me know what you think of my designs, or if there is something you'd like to see.

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This cartoons shows a woman with a red cape, and a shirt with a large letter "A" in a yellow and blue shield. She has a belt full of "advocate tools" which includes a bottle of Mylanta, cell phone, pencils and highlighters, calculator and a water bottle. In one hand is a bull horn and the other a paper saying "The Law LRE Max". A hand truck is stacked with books on the topics, ADA, 504, Inclusion, Assistive Technology, OT, PT, Speech, Positive Behavior, Writing IEP goals and IDEA. A shovel leans against the hand truck. A jumbo size coffee sits on a file holder next to a bottle of aspirin. What lengths that parents and advocates must go through!

"A Super Advocate" T-shirts

"A Super Advocate" T-shirts
Ever feel that you need to be on top of fifty million things in order to get what child with a disability needs? Then this is the shirt for you!

"A Super Advocate" Apparel

"A Super Advocate" Apparel
You'll feel like the real you is shining through! This apparel captures how hard oarents and advocates must work to get an appropriate education for children with disabilities.

"A Super Advocate" Prints, cards and posters

"A Super Advocate" Prints, cards and posters
You'll enjoy displaying this design that captures the parent and advocate experience. Send cards to others who share your experience, they'll enjoy the image too!
A Super Advocate Black T-Shirt
A Super Advocate Black T-Shirt
A Super Advocate Mousepad
A Super Advocate Mousepad
A Super Advocate Tote Bag
A Super Advocate Tote Bag
A Super Advocate Mug
A Super Advocate Mug
A Super Advocate Large Mug
A Super Advocate Large Mug
A Super Advocate Dog T-Shirt
A Super Advocate Dog T-Shirt
A Super Advocate Wall Clock
A Super Advocate Wall Clock
A Super Advocate Keepsake (Round)
A Super Advocate Keepsake (Round)

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