Why Is It Important To Teach Disabled People Independence?

Why Is It Important To Teach Disabled People Independence?

My Rockin Disabled Life

Hi friends, my name is Sarah and I struggle more than most people because of a condition I have called Spina Bifida. The media has wrongly portrayed the disabled community for many years which makes disabled people face all kinds of discrimination. My hope is to help you better understand what it means to be disabled and what it is not.

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  2. Connected Carole

    I became partially disabled as an adult. I can take care of myself but need lots of help to function outside the home. Fortunately, I have a willing and able husband to help. But, early on, I made the decision to do what I can and my husband and sons support that. It makes life more enjoyable and fruitful, too. I certainly endorse the ideas here of helping children do all they can.

    1. My Rockin Disabled Life

      I have been disabled since birth and am so glad my parents took the time to teach me important life skills so I could do as much for myself as possible. I can do a lot by myself but there is still a lot I can’t so I am very grateful I have four sisters and both parents who can assist whenever I can’t do something myself!

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