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In this issue we look at a very complex subject. There are many different kinds of disability which range from minor ones that others may not notice, to life-threatening ones. In a few pages we are not attempting to give very much practical information. Instead, we have chosen to concentrate on our own attitudes to those with disabilities. Each one of us can change our way of thinking, our way of responding, our way of ensuring that people with disabilities are fully included in our communities. Many with disabilities have learnt to accept their situation, but they often find it much harder to cope with the attitudes of those around them.

Please find below articles from Footsteps issue 49 in html.

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