How to address people with disabilities? As not "good cause"?
the Unknown is scary. When we or our relative have a disability, we know how to communicate, what can be said and what should not. But many people in our society, encountering people with disabilities don't know how to interact with him, then they start to avoid contact or too to help.
That will help easily communicate?
* First of all, call the person by name. We ask his name. If a person with a guide, refer still to the person with a disability. If he can't talk that accompanies the alert.
* How? People with disabilities or with special health problems? Now a lot of debate in scientific circles. People with disabilities it is important that they were people, man. First the key is to put the person's name.
* Communication should be such as umami people around. Rudeness or excessive politeness of unpleasant any person.
* You can offer your help to the person. But never get him a stroller or by the hand if he didn't ask for help. If people can not see, you can easily confuse, and the stroller can break or roll.
* Children calm and respond normally to people with disabilities. But you can ask questions, even the embarrassing parents. Some people with disabilities may meet the children. A negative attitude of children teasers come in most cases from adults. Because many of the adults now is not seen or it was a rarity to see a person with a disability.
* we have heard parents call their children "daunyata", "autat", "sabata", etc. it can say only parents, but still, it is better first to put the word "child", "children". Don't call someone else's child, or person, or any person is unacceptable to call the down syndrome, autistic, etc.
* If you are looking for the person or child with a folder of pictures (pecs), will see what it means to picture.
* If a person stutters, wait, let him finish himself. When it is something people can agree, although this is not quite what he had in mind, just because you don't have time.
* don't be afraid to ask for help from a person with a disability usually find it encouraging.
I did not know how to interact with different people until I got a great experience that anyone can teach a lot.
take care of yourself and your family, respect yourself and others.