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The Struggle of a "Hidden Disability"

Thursday, March 1, 2018

A person’s disability is as unique as his or her finger print. A diagnosis does not make people who they are, but simply provides insight that assists in navigating through their daily lives. A person who is visually impaired may use a white cane or service animal to travel safely down the sidewalk. A person who is deaf may read lips and use sign language to communicate. Persons with cerebral palsy may need to use a wheelchair to move throughout their surroundings. When meeting someone who uses assistive devices, people are immediately aware that the individual has a disability.

Read the full story in the March 2018 edition of the SD Report.

 



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