Schools program increases awareness of disabilities

10/30/2009 | Lake Oswego Review (Ore.), The

A successful program in one Oregon school district provides an event where students don blindfolds or use wheelchairs to help them develop empathy for what their fellow students with disabilities experience day to day. The Welcome to My World Disability Awareness Program, in place for 15 years, is required for district students in third or fourth grade.

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