Despite my disability, my life is not confined to a rigid 9 to 5 schedule. I lead a social life that extends far beyond those hours, and it is crucial for my overall well-being. Imagine being confined to a 5 pm curfew every day – it would be suffocating and incredibly frustrating. I want to make it clear that having a disability does not equate to a dull and monotonous existence. I refuse to let my disability define me and limit my experiences in life. I need to be able to spend quality time with my loved ones, indulge in my various hobbies and interests, and attend appointments without the worry of how I am going to manage it all each day. It is essential for me to have the freedom to live my life to the fullest, just like anyone else.
Supporting Disabled Persons Beyond 9-5: A Call for Equitable Care
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