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Let’s Stop Fixing Disabilities And Start Appreciating Differences

Read insightful and timely articles by Dr. Ronit Molko on a wide range of behavioral health topics.

man in a wheelchair rolling through a pedestrian crossing surrounded by people walking in all directions
October 1

Let’s Stop Fixing Disabilities And Start Appreciating Differences

Able-bodied people comprise the dominant culture in America; thus, our cultural understanding of “normal” is contextualized around the contours of able-bodied activities. We consider, for example, an autistic mind or a visual deficiency that enhances other senses to be a detriment. In truth, these traits are often different ways of perceiving, understanding, and interacting with …