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Disability Doesn’t Mean Inability

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Disability Doesn’t Mean Inability

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Dr. Lutendo Rhinah Singo is a woman living with a disability of Profound Deafness. She has faced many challenges associated with her disability yet has managed to live her life beyond those challenges. All the experiences she has mastered throughout her life have led her to learn to live beyond the various challenges associated with her disability. She enjoys encouraging other people living with disabilities and motivating the young ones. With all she has accomplished, she is living proof that “Disability Doesn’t Mean Inability.”

Living with a disability of any kind is a very difficult and painful challenge faced by disabled people on a daily basis. A disability is an impairment that can happen to anyone and can occur either through being hereditary, by having an accident, or through an illness. A disability is not a contagious disease; rather it is a condition that affects how a person walks, speaks, hears, acts, or performs compared to others. This book therefore encourages people with disabilities to accept themselves, embrace their disabilities, and realise their strengths, weaknesses and worth. It also encourages them to live outside challenges associated with their disabilities. To live outside disability challenges, means to live life to the fullest and to achieve one’s goals while overlooking the barriers associated with one’s disability. If you are a person living with a disability, you do not have to give up on your life, dreams, and goals just because you are disabled. It is important that you concentrate on things your disability does not prevent you doing well, and never regret the things your disability interferes with. Achieving your dreams and goals in the face of overwhelming obstacles will encourage and motivate other people living with disabilities to also use their abilities and strength and prove to the world that disability is nothing but a state of mind.

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