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Most of this work could be done as well by a capable handicapped person as by an able bodied person, and the employment of such an individual would not only be advantageous to the handicapped person by rehabilitating him, but would also be to the interest of the staff in giving them an idea of the handicapped personís outlook first-hand. The importance of having on the job someone who understands and shares through his common experience, similar ideas as the other people whom the service wants to help can not be exaggerated....
|Publication:||The Polio Crusade|
|Source:||Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation Archives|
|Keywords:||Accessibility; Advocacy; Diagnoses & Diseases; Disease; Economics; Employment; Health & Medicine; Identity; Independent Living; Labor; Labor & Commerce; Physical Disability; Policy; Polio; Rehabilitation; Social Welfare & Communities; Vocational Rehabilitation; Voluntarism|
|Funding Support Provided By:||NEC Foundation of America|