I have a disability that it’s very easily seen; some disabilities are invisible, we all have some kind of disabled . But when someone who has a disability goes out and tries to have a life not letting our disability get in the way to the having a normal life. When you think about us all having a disability doesn’t it make you wonder why if you are different you get looked at? The more we get to know somebody the more we see how alike we are. When someone who hasn’t been around people with disabilities, they don’t understand/know that just because some of has a disability, but if the disabled community was not seen as different by schools, governments groups and others; maybe disabled people wouldn’t have to always explain their differences. Thinking about it in this way wouldn’t you want to change the way differences are thought of? People who have disability can do the same things as an abled person, it may be in a different way but people with disabilities aren’t that different from the “normal” person. The government has placed people with disabilities in a group that people think they need to be shameful, very helpful or the opposite; not knowing what is a disability and not knowing how to communicate with someone who has a disability. We can start by not dividing children in schools and teach them that disability or not we are all equal!