No this one really has nothing to do with the title.
I am carrying a lot and it’s not just today but I think it may help some of you understand the challenges often faced.
Imagine being a person with a disability in an abled bodied world. As a person with a disability there are quite a few things that make me wonder how someone that is able bodies thinks they are complying with ADA LAWS.
Why have a soap dispenser about 4 feet off of the ground and have paper towels halfway across the room?
Why store stuff in the hallway leading to the bathroom allowing less space to navigate?
Why make the doors harder than hell to open?
What is up with those dots on the sidewalk?
Why have a handicap spot farther away from the door simply because there is a cutout for a ramp?
I could go on and on about why’s. Having a disability in a world made for abled bodied individuals is not easy! Can you imagine?