Disability etiquette: Engaging people with disabilities

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This 6-page brochure provides guidance on common courtesies, how to interact with a person who uses a wheelchair or who has a service animal, and etiquette for engaging with people who have disabilities, including intellectual disabilities, blindness or visual impairment, speech impairment, and deafness or hearing impairment. (posted December 18, 2012)
http://www.tndisability.org/system/files/u1/Disability_Etiquette.pdf 

 


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