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Here is a description of this 30-minute DVD copied from the producer's website:

"How do you talk to someone who uses an interpreter? Is it OK to push someone in their wheelchair? is there a difference between the terms "handicapped" and "disabled"?

Use this new training program in any business or organization to teach staff and employees how to interact and relate to people with disabilities.

Join Ned, Ted, Beth and Jeff as they ask many of the questions people have about interacting with people with disabilities. You’ll follow this delightful and entertaining cast as they discover common sense answers for appropriate disability etiquette.

Six scenes are included that highlight interaction with people with the following disabilities:

• Mobility • Psychiatric
• Deafness • Speech
• Blindness • Prosthetics

The program ends with a diversity training group. Participants walk away with a changed attitude and new learned behavior."

Description taken on 3/28/2014 from: www.disabilitytraining.com/product-info.php?Getting_It_Right_DVD-pid174.html
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