They live among us, people whose understanding of the world differ in many ways from accepted norms. We are accustomed to the fact that this is more valuable, who knows more and more understood. Such a criterion set for the position of man and we are responding. Is this a reasonable criterion? Why do people with disabilities can not be valued as people in their specificity, why not admit them a place in our world? Disability manifests itself in several dimensions of life, being a relative in relation to the current norms and standards, socio-cultural, so it is a multifaceted and ambiguous concept. Includes different functional limitations, resulting from damage to the capacity for action in a manner deemed in every society to be normal, typical for human life.?
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