Talking to a Person with a Disability

Imagine that at a business gathering a person who has an obvious disability enters the room. You feel compelled to talk with him or her, yet you are not sure what is appropriate to say.

You’ll have a better grasp of what not to say and, more positively, what to say after you hear my interview with Kristina Rhoades, who has been in a wheelchair since infancy. Watch the video above. . .now!

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–presentation skills
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