10 Things We All Hate About Disability

There Are Many Things That Disabled People Hate About Being Disabled


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The Things Disabled People Dislike


First off is their actual disability! They may not be able to do all the things they used to perform as well now. Friends may disappear just because you can no longer do what you used to do.


Secondly, disabilities normally are not contagious. There is no need to treat the disabled like they all are victims of leprosy!


Third is adjusting to the new way of life. You may not be able to dress the way you used to now because of your disability. Those spiked heels that you used to parade around in cause a lot more trouble than they are worth now. Imagine ending up in the emergency room due to a fall caused by the shoes you were wearing!


Fourthly, normal (A.K.A. the non-disabled) people hate that disabled people have access to the closest parking spots available at most establishments. They do not realize that a disabled person may not have the strength required to walk up to the place and then still be able to navigate through the establishment itself!





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Just the commonplace dislike of dealing with the disabled community in general appears to upset the general population! Who pays for the required changes to make establishments accessible?


The medicines needed by people with disabilities tends to cost way more than most people can afford. There is a description insurance companies use for a bad year with a disabled person. That is when their costs have entered a stage called catastrophic!


Involvement with the disabled is expensive! The existence of disability impacts life. Your home will have to be altered to make it accessible for the disabled.


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  1. this is very great artical that’s why these sayd insurance is the best things for that and may be everyone can use that things

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