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NCHPAD - Building Healthy Inclusive Communities

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This large article details the attitude of ableism that many people will have toward people who are deaf or have mobility disabilities. If looking to include all people being aware that microphones, lapel clips and ASL interpreters are very much an example of being inclusive. For more on this attitude issue, please click on read more.

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