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Inclusion: The active engagement of people with disabilities as service members in all levels of national and community service

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People with Physical Disabilities

Adapted from training materials developed by United Cerebral Palsy


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Examples of Accommodations

People with mobility disabilities are not necessarily also deaf, nor do they definitely have visual or developmental disabilities. They may have a secondary disability, but you do not need to make an accommodation for that unless they request one.

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