”No one wants to be discriminated against. No matter who you are, you have the same rights to life and equality as everyone else. This is the purpose behind the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design. These standards as issued by the Department of Justice and the Department of Transportation ensure that Americans with disabilities have the same rights of access to public buildings as every other citizen of the United States.”(http://accessadvocates.com/why-the-2010-ada-standards-for-accessible-design-mean-equal-rights-for-you.)
Think about this; as if someone discriminated against when there is nothing wrong with you, you are able to do everything but someone doesn’t like something about you. That what someone with a disability feels like what we get discriminated just because we are different. We are all different the only difference between someone with a special need and the able-bodied is, year not see their disability.