Aaron Philip, who has cerebral palsy (CP), wants to raise awareness for CP and other disabilities. He wanted to do so through his story, Tanda, which is about a kid, born with a pair of legs, living in a world where everyone else has a pair of wheels. Thanks in large part to the help of Deb Fisher, his occupational therapist who he has known since kindergarten, Philip raised the money needed to create the book and film about Tanda. However, after going well beyond the call of duty, Fisher has been suspended by the Manhattan School for Children, where she works and Philip attends. Read more from The New York Times.