I think as a person with a disability, we have an innate ability to learn to adapt. I think we don’t even realize that we adopt in the process of living with a complex disability such as carp. I think, though I can’t speak from personal experience, but I think it would be socially difficult to live in a world of silence or a world where you can’t freely communicate and have to rely on technology to be your voice on an ongoing basis. .
I think the one benefit of being a child using technology to communicate, compared to adult that has for one reason or another adopted this form of communication later in life is that this is all the child has known,ma they don’t grieve the lost of an ability that the adults in their life the way adults do because its all they have ever known.
It is through observation that I can tell you that children are fast moving when they play to me this is a barrier if you’re a child with a physical disability and have a barrier to communication because being unable to communicate isolates you, because honestly kids simply don’t understand what is different from themselves.
For anyone change and differences are scary. Adults desperately want the kids in their lives to feel included. But I have some harsh news for all you adults.
I am unaware of a solution, you can’t force kids to play together, even if you offer ideas of inclusive play. You can only suggest it doesn’t mean that the kids will want to play in a way that will include the kid with a disability.
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