Handicap child playing with his little brother

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Disabled 5-Year-Old Kicked Out Of Mall, Told His Wheelchair Was A ‘Safety Hazard’

Video footage shows the parents of Isiah Tate being told their son’s wheelchair was not allowed in the play area of the Mall of Georgia. “…It’s mall policy to keep them out of this area” said the security guard. Isiah is nonverbal and mobility impaired however according to his mother, April Tate, “…Isiah laughs and giggles and he’s so animated. You can tell that he really enjoys being [in the play area]. The Tate’s have since been issued an apology. “Our expectation is to provide an inclusive environment that is safe, comfortable and accessible for everyone, and we have no policy that states otherwise. We have connected with Isaiah’s mother to rectify the unfortunate and unacceptable misunderstanding,” said the mall in a statement. WSB-TV

Mother Arrested After Photo Of Her Smoking In Front Of Her Child Goes Viral

A friend posted the picture of Ashley Ann Lewis, 28, lighting a glass pipe with her 6-month-old daughter next to her on a couch. “Please help my friend Ashley Lewis and I stop using meth,” the now-deleted post said, according to police. “We can’t even stop with a baby around. We need help!” Child protective services have since taken custody of the baby girl. Lewis now faces charges of possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and first degree endangering the welfare of a child. She could receive a sentence of up to 15 years in jail if she’s convicted. WDAF-TV & NY Daily News


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