mission is one of rehabilitation education and advocacy for and about
people with disabilities to encourage and enlighten the public about
people with disabilities in that they are people first and have rights
and needs and that they also have gifts and talents to bring to
Speaker on Disabilities-Advocacy- Disability-Awareness
Providing Presentations & Training
Testimonial Re: Ben Anderson's
staff training 2013 for Outlaw Ranch in South Dakota.
*************************************************************** SOUTH DAKOTA RESIDENTS ATTENTION -FREE PROGRAM
open dates here)
FOR 2014-2015 FOR K-12 SCHOOLS, PARENT GROUPS, OR
OTHER INTERESTED ORGANIZATIONS ON THE SUBJECT OF DISABILITIES AND
WE ARE FOCUSING ON RURAL SCHOOLS AND NATIVE AMERICAN SCHOOLS.
ADVISE YOUR COMMUNITIES OUR PROGRAM STARTS THIS AUGUST 2014.
CHECK CALENDAR PAGE FOR OPEN DATES
HERE IS THE
SIGN-UP FORM (MS Word)
SIGN-UP FORM (pdf.)---
PLEASE EMAIL US NOW WITH YOUR POSSIBLE
DATES TO firstname.lastname@example.org
PAST PRESENTATIONS AT SCHOOLS
REVIEWS FROM WESTON COUNTY DISTRICT #1
IN NEWCASTLE, WY
( August 25th 2014 )
Do you need a speaker on the subject of Disabilities and Bullying? Ben
D. Anderson will speak to your youths. PRESENTATION SPECIAL PRICING FOR
A LIMITED TIME only to K-12 schools, youth organizations
Read about the new family park for
persons with disabilities and their families. It is the only one of its
kind ( so far) in the world. It is located in San Antonio, Texas. Read
more about it at
"IQ of 63- So What!"
Going Beyond Everybody Else's
Please go to our
IQ of 63 book link for
ordering and information
Here is a review from another webpage
"I finally had the opportunity to sit down and read a book that I’ve
been very anxious to read. “IQ of 63… So What!” is an amazing book
written by Ben Anderson. It is all about overcoming obstacles that are
placed in front of you, and believing in yourself enough to surpass
everyone’s expectations. This book illustrates very poignantly that
while most people who are differently abled have barriers to overcome,
because of the time in which Mr. Anderson grew up his obstacles were
even greater. It truly makes one appreciate that while we have so far to
go in the quest for inclusion, we have come a long way as well.
The book is written in a way that makes you feel you’re sitting down
with Mr. Anderson over a cup of coffee, listening to the stories that he
has to tell. Because of this, it is a very enjoyable read, and you find
yourself anticipating the next chapter, to see what he’ll accomplish
This book can be ordered
It is available in print as well as audio format.
I applaud individuals like Ben Anderson for his strength and courage,
and for writing this book. It is an inspiration for anyone of any
ability facing an obstacle that they need to overcome.
Ben’s wife Dee is a member of Our
Town Earth, and I thank her for bringing this book to my attention.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading it." – Posted by Holly Salsman- Jan 2, 2010
on “Twitter Moms”
30 page booklet for
educators and high school
students with special needs
to know they can and should
attend higher education.
$5.00 each w/free s/h
BOOKLET ON DISABILITIES & BULLYING (2012)
"Last One Picked, So What!"
We can turn it around
by Ben D. Anderson
This is a good read for students. It is a 23 page booklet that gives
insight into "bullying" and disabilities A "must"
BUY HERE - ONLY $5.00 each Free S/H
Schools and organizations can purchase multiple copies
of "Last One Picked" or "If I Can Do It, So Can You"
at a discounted price
by emailing us with request or
sending us a check to
Break Through Inc.
1761 Harmony Heights Lane, #105
Rapid City, SD 57702
10 to 40 copies is $3.00 each -
over 40 copies is $2.50 each-
Your purchase helps us with funding to support our
mission to provide education,
support and awareness regarding people with disabilities
If you wish
to support Break Through please visit our
10/10 Team page OR Buy Ben's
"IQ of 63, So What!" Going Beyond Everybody Else's Expectations
( personally signed by Ben)
Please donate in support our programs
Your gifts are appreciated