Disabled People Deserve to Experience Wellness Too

Sara

The society creates a foundation for most beliefs, choices, and cultures. It allows individuals to become part of a bigger platform made up of relatives, friends, foes, and even competitors. This aspect of society is beneficial; however, the same community forms its perceptions based on the opinions of the most prominent persons. These beliefs may be wrong and unjust; so the nation ends up with a generation of fools. One of these misconceptions is the value, role, and health of disabled persons.

Over 650 million people across the globe have a disability, which represents 10 percent of the world's population (United Nations, 2008; World Health Organization [WHO], 2007).