The Truly Disabled People
By: Larry Socha
There are people in this world born into strife,
who can substitute love for their inconvenience in life.
Such as the blind who can’t see the night from day,
but yet they can see love in so many ways.
Such as the deaf who can’t hear a sound,
but yet they can hear when love is around.
Such as the mentally disabled who can’t comprehend,
but yet they can love until there’s no end,
but its the people in this world who think they’re the perfect kind,
these are the people who are mentally disabled, deaf, and blind.
Giving directions to a person who happens to be blind is easy! Just remember these simple tips.
Pointing and saying over here, over there, that way, or over yonder just don’t make the grade.
Just keep it simple!!!
Use forward (in front of the person), backward (in back of the person), right (the person’s right NOT yours), or left (the person’s NOT yours).
Up, or down may also be used when referring to stairs, floors, etc..
Giving the number of street crossings for outside navigation is also a great boost to the independence of the visually disadvantaged.
Check out our other helpful hints!!!
Take The Lead!!!
It’s as easy as walking!
I can’t tell time except with a digital display!!!
Help get your friend’s food out of a time warp!
NO dogs allowed!!!
Does this apply to your church or ministry?
In simple to understand everyday language. The duties and privileges of both churches. and the Service Animal user is explained.
Don’t Pet Me I’m Working!!!
Is this cruelty or necessity?
You be the judge!
Put those wheels to work for JESUS!!!
Think outside of doors, ramps, and grab bars!
Help those with mobility challenges reach their full potential in Christ!
What did you say???
Think outside of the signs!!!
Handy ideas for making those with hearing inconveniences feel welcome.