Re: Question about diminished expectations of blind people, by people who can see
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Well apart from not putting such questions on this list you mean chuckle. sorry could not resist that.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
To me its their problem not mine. I used to worry about it, but in the end it just makes you bitter and twisted. Some people just will never get it, so its a waste of time.
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From: "Walker, Michael E" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, June 11, 2018 2:30 PM
Subject: [nvda] Question about diminished expectations of blind people, by people who can see
Something I have struggled with all my life is peoples' misunderstandings about blindness. People who are not blind often shy away from me in social situations, just because I am blind. I have faced this at school and work. People might think that just because I am blind, I cannot perform at the same expectations as everyone else.
This question was bothering me badly over the weekend. The feedback I received is that people may see blindness as something they cannot cure or fix, so they treat them as outcasts.
What can blind people do to educate people who are not blind?