Lessons Worth Learning from America’s Largest Minority
The world has historically viewed people with disabilities as flawed, damaged people whose quality of life is not equal to the rest of humanity. In this presentation, Greg Smith will reveal that through the experience of disability, he and thousands of others have embraced a new spirit of appreciation for the unique life circumstance their disability has offered. People with disabilities should not be pitied or automatically perceived as suffering from an undesirable condition. More and more, people with disabilities are thriving with advancements in medicine, assistive technology and social acceptance. The lesson learned from the disability experience is a valuable one that can be taught to the general population, offering a fresh feeling of personal development and uplift.