The PEARLS Project is a creative tool for classrooms, professional development, research as well as anyone interested in gaining a deeper understanding and respect for human diversity. Our ambassadors and their families are also empowered to become self-advocates and use their unique voices to foster positive change.

  NY TIMES Article SAMPLE POSTS From AMY: I had a great Christmas. One of my favorite gifts was a Positive Exposure sweatshirt. My mom had my name put on it, and I think it looks cool. When people ask me about Positive Exposure I tell them it’s about showing everyone that people with disabilities Read More »

Jonah’s Introduction

I am 10 years old, in the 4th grade and moved to Michigan last summer.  I love to read, do puzzles, paint, work on computers, iPads, video games play with friends and create with Legos. I want to be a doctor in los angeles or build towers and buildings for cities when I grow up.  It took me a very long time Read More »