People with disabilities
by Pilar Rejano, Carmen Gragero,
Clara Lorenzo and Javier Herráiz
Disability over time.
Employment and education.
1.-Society: Segregated and, often, rejected in the past.
2.- Employment: LISMI (law for the Social Integration of
3.-Education: People are working on laws against
discrimination and encourage inclusion.
Breaking Down Barriers
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”.
I. What is CERMI?
- Objectives and functions
- Who forms CERMI?
- Associations supported
← Aprosuba Almendralejo
← A point of sale of
High-skilled people with disabilities.
Stephen Hawking, a very clever
Hawking, a very clever
Professional athlete disabled people.
Teresa Perales, a disabled
Miguel Galindo, the blind coach.
Respectful disability language.
-Terms which offend disabled people.
-Correct terms to use with disabled people.
What’s wrong and what’s wright?
“People with disabilities”
“Person with learning
“People with a speech disability”