Disability Etiquette

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As someone who once gave directions to a legally blind patron by pointing(!), I can understand the need to practice interacting with people with disabilities.  Two sites of interest that instruct the proper etiquette are the United Spinal Association, who offer a free download of their etiquette manual here, and the Memphis Center for Independent Living here. Give them a look.

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