Problems faced by disabled people.

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Being disabled is one of the societal happenings that immensely affects a person’s journey from birth or whenever time it crops.

Disabled individuals lack the independence that other well-bodied people enjoy.  They are always controlled and under close care.

Most well-bodied children normally gather at an home of one of their colleagues to play a game that they all love. Through this, they tend to sharpen their skills in a particular game as well as learn new skills.

For disabled children, this is always a dream. As they transition into adolescent stage, they always lack the opportunity to interact fully with their peer and learn about their experiences. Due to this limitation, most of them always suffer depression and social isolation.

While at the adolescent stage you will find children happy and jovial, for them things are always different. Most of them feel lonely and depressed because they cannot interact freely with their colleagues. This has been the main reason why most of the have low weight despite taking good meals. They argue that even if the disabled are fed well, most of them are always underweights due to depression.

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