“People who think that people with disabilities can’t do anything, that we’re fragile and in need. People who think we are inspirational and think we can fly to the moon if we wanted to. People who treat us like everyone else, who know that we’ll ask for help if we need it but otherwise we’re fine.” — Kelsey, age 16.
For more about Kelsey, see: Facial Paralysis, Not Personality Paralysis (my latest post on e-patients.net)
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