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Disabilities are not always obvious. Don't judge us without knowing the full story | Nia Sims

In any public place, it may surprise you to look around and consider that one in five people have a disability. Many engage less with society than they would likeToo many of my friends have told me of being abused by strangers when using an accessible (or “disabled”) parking space. Sometimes there is a note left under the windscreen wiper – “you should be ashamed of yourself, I saw you and there’s nothing wrong with you. I’ve taken your license plate and will report you”. Other times it’s a verbal...

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Published By: theguardian.com - 6 days ago