"Chapter 4: Being Handicapped: What Is It?"
Author: Shapiro, Sigi
Published In: Creating an Accessible Campus
Date: 1978, 1979
Most handicapped people who have coped with being disabled for some time generally consider being handicapped an inconvenience more than anything else; handicaps do not alter the humanity of people, their needs, desires, goals, intelligence, or potential. Covers common problems encountered on campus and the process of correcting these.
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