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Cerebal Palsy Awareness

The Author of *Crying In Silence*: the journey of living with cerebal palsy and epilepsy.

I liked this post because this connects to other classes I am taking, as well as EDCP462. Technology has made it possible for people with intellectual, mental, physical, hard of hearing, every category of disability able to accomplish things that may have not been possible before; or at least very difficult before technology. Assistive technology can really help in the lives of students with disabilities achieve so much more than ever expect.

When we spoke about technology for disabled individuals we mentioned VRS interpreters. I had no idea what/how this worked out. This picture shows the basics of how a VRS interpreter works for someone who may be deaf or hard of hearing. They sign to the interpreter, who talks to the person on the other end. Which then they talk to the interpreter and the interpreter signs back to the individual with a hearing impairment. So awesome that this is available! And texting helps even more now!

Jeremiah Wright beheaded his disabled son and left his head outside for the boy's mother to find when she came home... Even though it seems that our country has come so far with accepting and respecting those with disabilities, there are still people out there that murder their children because they have disabilities. In the article we read in class there were several cases from just the past few years.

We watched the The Campaign for Disability Employment in class when talking about disabilities in the workplace. The video shows how employees can actually have an increase revenue from employing disabled individuals. It was said that they typically also miss less days. But, looking at it away from a money thing, I think its great to get people with disabilities into the workplace. They deserve to live "normal" lives and make money for themselves and their family.

Disability is NOT inability...Just because someone has a disability this does not mean they are unable to accomplish things. As we have seen all year in our class people with disabilities have accomplished so many things and do not let their disability get in their way