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Your Disability

We are all different and alike.  We all have things we are good at and things we want to improve.   Your disability is a part of you, but does not define who you are as a person. By understanding your disability, you will be able to talk about how it impacts the way you live, learn, and work.  This will make it easier to get the things you want and need to achieve your goals.

This training has really focused on finding out your strengths and talents and using this information to plan for your future! Don’t let your disability get in the way of the dreams that you have for yourself.

In the Disability Disclosure and Your Rights and Responsibilities activity, you’ll learn more about disclosure and talking about your disability.