Why it is important to integrate people with disabilities into society

Last Friday I took a part in a meeting with disabled youngsters. Every week they meet up and communicate with other students to get practical life skills. I believe it provides the opportunity to learn appropriate social behaviors and make new connections, a way of recovery, gives access to activities and services not available on a regular base. Disabled or able-bodied, we all have the power and responsibility to make society more inclusive for everyone. Here are 8 ways we can continue to make our world more accepting of people with disabilities.

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International language exchange

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Learning a language is always a good way to improve training, make your CV more attractive, or simply discover a different culture. Experts indicate that, in addition, if learning is done in a reassuring environment, it is more enjoyable and you learn faster.
To the traditional classes, a new type of learning has been added in recent years that serves to improve fluency, as well as to “test” one’s own level of the language. It’s about language exchanges. A language exchange is a social meeting between people who learn different languages ​​and that takes place in spaces such as bars, parties or restaurants.

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