Introduction to Assistive Technology

Disability Etiquette

Most often, the barriers to inclusion for Persons with Disability are the society’s attitude towards them. This may include the language, stigma and non-verbal communications that make a person feel marginalized. Disability Etiquette refers to the interpersonal manners and behaviours we should adopt to make a Person with Disability feel included.

Here are a few resources to help you self-reflect on social behaviours which encourage accepting differences and enable inclusion.