One in five people in the U.S. suffers from some form of disability. Often, they are pushed aside or ignored due to the false perception that they are unable to contribute.

But such is not the case, as Sheila Allee found when she met her Uncle Melrose, who had a profound intellectual disability and lived in an institution.

Her compelling story of friendship with her uncle and his affirming and life-changing impact challenges this misconception with truth. Read more