Our lives are exposed daily to potential accidents or risky situations and many of us take the time at the end of the day to reflect and be grateful—grateful that you, your family, and your friends are in good health and spirits.
However, in some cases a misfortune can occur and an accident can lead to a disability. There is a common misconception that a disability is only something that can be seen, such as a person in a wheelchair, walking with a seeing dog, or using an assistive device. However some disabilities may not be seen, such as a heart condition, a mental health issue, or a condition like Alzheimer’s. Some disabilities are temporary, while others can be progressive or have started at birth.
So, for the next 10 seconds, imagine that you or a loved one has a disability: can you think of a local restaurant, convenience store…
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