Disability in spain

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Disability in spain

  1. 1. People with disabilities by Pilar Rejano, Carmen Gragero, Clara Lorenzo and Javier Herráiz
  2. 2. Disability over time. Employment and education. 1.-Society: Segregated and, often, rejected in the past. 2.- Employment: LISMI (law for the Social Integration of Handicapped People). 3.-Education: People are working on laws against discrimination and encourage inclusion.
  3. 3. Breaking Down Barriers -Stereotypes -Fear -Backlash (negative response)
  4. 4. Etiquette: What can we do to interact with disabled people? -Listen to the person with the disability. -Extend common courtesies. -If you don’t understand what that person is saying, ask him/her to repeat. -Think the word “person” instead of “disability”.
  5. 5. Associations I. What is CERMI? - Objectives and functions - Who forms CERMI? - Associations supported - Procedures
  6. 6. ← Aprosuba Almendralejo ← A point of sale of ONCE in Almendralejo
  7. 7. High-skilled people with disabilities. Stephen Hawking, a very clever Hawking, a very clever disabled person. PERSEVERANCE.
  8. 8. Professional athlete disabled people. Teresa Perales, a disabled professional woman. Miguel Galindo, the blind coach. M
  9. 9. Respectful disability language. RESPECT. -Terms which offend disabled people. -Correct terms to use with disabled people.
  10. 10. What’s wrong and what’s wright? “Disabled” “Dumb” “People with disabilities” “Invalid” “Blind” “Retarded” “Person with learning “Midget” disability” “Insane” “Wheelchair user” “Nut” “People with a speech disability” “Deformed”

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