There's a particular picture that trends all over the social medias, of a young disabled man from Zimbabwe spotted dancing. This shows that been disabled is a big challenge, that you have to adapt, know how to deal with it and how to control it.
There is a particular picture that has been trending all over social media platforms an it has grabbed much attention. The picture has got people talking about it, bacause people are wondering why those two nurses had to do that.
Some people don't believe that you can still do things, crippled and disabled. Here is a proof to the world that never ever misunderstemate a crippled or disabled person. Some people think when you are crippled or disabled you can't make it.
When you think about career and disability, what’s the first thing that springs to mind? Do you put the two hand-in-hand or think they’re separate?
There is a common notion surrounding career and disability that disabled people can’t achieve the same things as non-disabled people because of our disability, well this isn’t true at all. I’m going to put things straight, disabled people can succeed.
Ok, so it may take us longer to do certain tasks and we may need adaptions in order for us to do things just like non-disabled people, but this isn’t something negative or something to be ashamed of, we’re just making tasks accessible so that we can complete them to the same standard as everyone else
Disabled people work just as hard as non-disabled people, in fact, it could be argued that we have to work even harder because we often face access barriers or have to find alternative ways of completing tasks.
Having alternative methods for completing tasks doesn’t mean that we do them differently to non-disabled people, we just do them in a different way. The world is not fully accessible, society doesn’t always see disability for what it is, but this doesn’t mean that we can’t achieve and succeed as crippled people
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