Social and Traditional Models of Disability
Over the years, I have heard many, many times from my parents, my coaches and my
teachers to never take anything for granted. And even though I heard them, I'm not quite
sure that I was actually listening to the true meaning of these words. Not until you've actually experienced 'walking in someone else's shoes' can you truly begin to
understand what taking things for granted means. And not necessarily the most obvious things in one's life...like athletic ability or intelligence or opportunities...but the simplest things such as reaching for a book, opening a door, climbing stairs, brushing one's teeth. The list is endless really. This assignment made me realize just how difficult some of these simple tasks are for many people in our society.
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