When meeting someone who is disabled can be an interesting ordeal. For the first time that Dane and I met was that one day I was going to the restroom and Dane had fallen to the ground and couldn’t get up. I bent down to pull him up but I had trouble since surprising he was heavy. So I could in for another person to help. So after twenty minutes we were able to get Dane. Now you might ask how Dane fell. The reason is that Dane needs a wheel chair to move around and when he needs to use the rest room or walk around he needs l...
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...ol and sports. One of the last differences was that Jim is older and he has been though the worst in his life and Dane is younger and he is about to start a new life after he graduates from school.
In conclusion interviewing Jim and Dane for my personal perspective papers was a magnificent experience. Both provided me with an endless amount of information from Jim with his PTSD to Dane with his limited mobility. Each of them also provided me with information that was known and information that became certainly shocking to hear. Thus after conducting my two interviews with Jim and Dane my opinion was that they are two the truly best people that I have ever be associated with and I was blessed that I had the opportunity to each of them. Therefore in conclusion this experience opened my eyes to how people with disabilities are treated in our today’s current society.
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