Question: How do you communicate with a disabled person?

What are your first steps in communicating purposefully around disability?

Talk to people with speech disabilities as you would talk to anyone else.Be friendly; start up a conversation.Be patient; it may take the person a while to answer.Give the person your undivided attention.Ask the person for help in communicating with him or her. Speak in your regular tone of voice.More items

How should you conduct yourself when dealing with someone who has a special need?

Here are our top 9 tips.Be courteous. When approaching a customer, be polite, introduce yourself, and ask how you can help. Treat people as people. Acknowledge the person. Be patient. Be flexible. Be aware of assistance animals. Face the person. Respect personal space.More items •Jul 31, 2017

What does a disabled person need?

Disabilities are different, and call for different responses. People with physical and mobility impairments need decent canes, walkers, wheelchairs, and above all, barrier free homes and neighborhoods. Some also need everyday personal help to do everyday self-care tasks.

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