To try to focus on the ugly reality of Friedreich’s Ataxia, along with the
term and phrase dysarthria will have many confused. Meanwhile, those
suffering from the condition find it increasingly difficult to engage in
meaningful communication about their condition.
And so, those of us suffering from this blight, find ourselves baring the
brunt of stereotype, stigma and presumed lack of ability. Our place in the
economy is defined by our “disutility”.
But there is no doubt we can still achieve. In my own case, my achievements
have been considerable, but there is still the possibility of further and
ongoing achievement, as there is with all who have to battle with
Read the full post here:
Peter Gibilisco, B Bus (Acc) Ph.D. (Melb).
Honorary Fellow University of Melbourne.
New Book: 6 & 1/2 Years on a Dunghill: Life in Specialist Disability
See my web-site http://petergibilisco.com.au/
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