Disability Inspiration…

12-02-18

Ability Not Disability
Disability Discrimination in the Workplace. (Abrahams. G (June 2017)   —- This image caught my eye due to the boldness, although it is a very plain image, to me it gives a strong message that all people, disabled more so, should be given the ability to do or achieve anything they want to and not be held back by their disability.

 

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Why you shouldn’t trust a disability by its visibility. Chamberlain. L (2016) — This image speaks a thousand words. There are a lot of disabilities that aren’t visible that people are unaware of unless you speak to the user themselves. This shouldn’t stop anyone of any ability from doing anything they want.

 

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Princesses with disabilities redefine ‘Standards of Beauty’. (Dicker. R (2014) — This image could be so inspiring for a young child living with a disability. Princesses play a big part in a child’s imagination from an early age and an image like this will help them to overcome their appearance just because a princess is in the same situation as them.

 

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