In this class I learned a lot about hidden and pronounced, I didn’t think too much of hidden disabilities mostly because it’s something I cannot see. I changed my perspective, because I might say something bad about a person and I don’t know anything about them, I know when I was in high school on my soccer or tennis team I would complain or judge someone who could not run fast enough or who could not pay at all, but I didn’t look at the factors that they could have a heart or breathing problem.
When we had a guest speaking come in talking about her disability being hidden made me reflect on my actions, she said that people would talk about her and she was hurt and they did not know anything about her. I’m happy that I got to hear experiences from my class who suffers from a disability. I thought their stories were eye-opening, I know one of students talked about some of her teachers were not making the accessible for her, and felt that a different class would be better for her. Another example she gave was about a rehabilitation counselor she wen...
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...tient with people, even if I might get mad because a game or them doing a certain tasks. I shouldn’t judge them based on what they can’t do, because I do not know any problems they are struggling with. With my positive experience in this class I would recommend everybody to take this class, because many people are naïve to disability. Many people still taunt people with disabilities even if it’s hidden or noticeable, I want people to realize that people who suffer with a disability are still human, nothing different. People need to understand that, people with disability are just like everyone else they just have to do things differently, but they can still achieve the same results, I think a lot of people around the world need to understand that. I feel this class can be essential to everybody and the society, to make the negative stigmas about disability positive.
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