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 live with a disability called Spina Bifida and have more physical challenges than most people. The media has wrongly portrayed the disabled community for as long as I can remember and makes us all seem inspirational or depressed. I am on a mission to break all the stigma surrounding disability to help you learn the truth.

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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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