Thinking Outside the Box When It
Comes To The Disability Community
People with disabilities constitute our nation’s largest minority group. It is also the most inclusive and most diverse: both genders, any sexual orientation, and all ages, religions, socioeconomic levels, and ethnicities are represented. Yet people who have been diagnosed with disabilities are all different from one another. Furthermore, this largest minority group is the only one which any person can become part of, at any time! Some join at birth—others in the split second of an accident, through illness, or during the aging process. If and when it happens to you, will you have more in common with others who have disability diagnoses or with family, friends, and co-workers? How will you want to be described? And how will you want to be treated?
In this uniquely inspiring presentation, Mark opens himself up to help you understand the ridicule he has endured throughout the years, and how even the smallest change in attitude can make a big difference.