At the American Library Association Annual Conference in Las Vegas, I had a the honour of leading a discussion about inclusion in storytime programs. Follow the link to read my notes. Following my presentation, we had a roundtable discussion on the importance of finding ways to encourage the participation of children with disabilities in library programs: sometimes that means creating specialized, separate programs and sometimes it means rethinking the way we deliver regular programs to maximize the participation of children who may otherwise not be able to participate to their potential. Many thanks to my hosts with the ALSC Preschool Discussion Group, Sue McLeaf Nespeca and Linda Ernst for inviting me to present on this topic! Also, many thanks to the the discussion group attendees who shared their perspectives and thoughts on this topic. We all agreed that children’s librarians play extremely important roles in ensuring that children with disabilities are provided with early literacy learning opportunities in their communities.