Discrimination Against Disablilitys

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(Original post by Alaric)
we can add social services, LEAs, East Kent Health Authority and the wheelchair service to my inept and needs sorting list as well as the DRC.
And the dorset wheelchair clinic (they tried to force my other half to use his wheelchair voucher to buy from the incompetant Keep-able (avoid at all costs we had to explain that Quickie is a brand of wheelchair :rolleyes: )).
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many people see disabled as a objkect to take pity on or as a pair of wheels not as a person
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many people see disabled as a objkect to take pity on or as a pair of wheels not as a person
Many people see the word disabled and assume wheelchair
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(Original post by thefish_uk)
Isn't that positive discrimination?

It's paranoia, I guess. They have to strike a balance.
Yes it is. That's what I said, only I referred to it as "affirmative action"
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