Three things you need to know about people who live with a disability
Brown and blue splotches of colorSachin Pavithran has been blind since he was a child, but hasn’t let that change the way he lives life, the things he accomplishes or his attitude.

In this article, he talks about three things he wishes society understood about people who have disabilities or are visually impaired. He touches on not wanting pity, being contributing members of society and the ability to lead ‘normal’ lives.

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‘I define who I am’ USU employee talks blindness, society’s perceptions

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