Does having a disability an easy thing to face on a daily bases?

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Last Updated: 12/10/2018 at 9:38pm
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endearingLion70
June 25th, 2018 11:40pm
It depends on the disability, it depends on the person it also depends on circumstances and the attitudes of the people around you.
BeyondTheInvisible
December 10th, 2018 9:38pm
Every disability has one single problem: it restricts the freedom. Sure, you think you know about the potential issues people with disabilities face. And maybe you know a little about mobility or accessibility issues. But you probably don’t realize even a fraction of the issues people with disabilities, whether hidden or visible, face on a regular basis. Often there may be also multiple barriers that can make it extremely difficult or even impossible for people with disabilities to function. For that I would say that it is not an easy thing to face and every society, some more than others, still have to make more work to give all the opportunities to disabled people to feel integrated.