Disability Rights 2

Disability Rights 2
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  • Treat them like they would treat anyone else. Be understanding and patient. Don’t be afraid to befriend them.
  • What do you think people can do to help those with disabilities?
  • We all have some sort of disability in life. Not all of us have physical or mental disabilities, but, we do all have something we need help with at some point or another. We should be sensitive to disability rights and always do our best to help provide accommodations or assistance when appropriate or needed to help people succeed in life.
  • How do disability rights affect you personally?
  • Disability rights help me take my students into the community and help them gain access to things they will need to be successful without discrimination. And of course, they make it possible for my students to be treated fairly, get a job and become independent society members. 
  • How do disability rights affect your students?
  • As a teacher of individuals with disabilities I always try to spread the word about whom I work with and how we can all step up and help them be included in the community and in society in general. I always try to be an advocate for individuals with disabilities and let others know that they are people too. They have feelings, likes and dislikes and personalities and its important for us to treat them like we would treat any other human being.
  • What have you done to promote or bring awareness to disability rights?
  • CH PALS was started because I wanted my students to experience high school just like everyone else gets to. I have parents who want their students involved in high school, but don’t want to have to babysit them while at events. So, I decided to have my peer tutors have the option of taking one of my students to a CHHS event to count for their peer tutor project. 
  • You have also started a club, CH Pals, to advocate for students with disabilities. What motivated you to do this?
  • They make the world better for about 1 million different reasons, but, for one, they teach people compassion, patience, kindness, culture and that it is okay to be different and still succeed. They bring pure joy and happiness to this world and I can’t imagine living in a place without them. 
  • How do you think people with disabilities diversify the world we live in?
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