In the Media

samuel and child

Good Morning America NOW

“A very, very riveting film.”

A father’s struggle to include his disabled son in everyday life

National Press Photographers Association
Habib's film about inclusion airs nationwide on PBS
Source: NPPA; September 28, 2009


Education Week
Documentary on Inclusion to be Aired on PBS
Source: Education Week; September 17, 2009
Additional Info: "The film focuses on their experiences, hopes, struggles, fears, and triumphs with inclusive classrooms."


Dartmouth Medicine Magazine
Film chronicles the impact of chronic illness
Source: Dartmouth Medicine Magazine; Spring 2009
Additional Info: “Dr. Pamela Hofley, a pediatric gastroenterologist who treats Samuel at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Manchester, says ‘it’s a good thing for medical students, nursing students to see.’ Hofley adds that the film helps health-care professionals to have ‘a sense of what is it like to have a child like this in your home . . . to see the child outside of the office environment.’”


Minneapolis Star Tribune
Born with cerebral palsy, but a boy like any other
Source: Minneapolis Star Tribune
Additional Info: “When a young son’s parents learned of his disability, they decided to mainstream him whenever possible. Now, they’re hoping the rest of the world can catch up to this 8-year-old.”


New Hampshire Magazine Source: Dan Habib and Family, Inclusve Crusaders; November 1, 2008


Education Week
Q&A with Dan Habib, Filmmaker
Source: Education Week; September 10, 2008


Education Week
Film Now Aimed at Iraqi Audience
Source: Education Week; September 8, 2008


A life 'Including Samuel'
Source:; June 19, 2008


Ability Magazine Source: Including Samuel, A Father's Story; June/July 2008


San Diego Union Tribune
Doc of their boy: Film has family's values
Source: San Diego Union Tribune; March 29, 2008