By: Trampes Brown
times, individuals do not associate pride with disability. Some don’t view
their personal disability as an area of their life to feel pride. Pride is a
sense of accomplishment that is self-given. When we think about disability
pride, we view it from a different perspective. For example, a professional
athlete may find pride in winning a game or title, whereas a person with a
disability may find pride in accomplishing tasks such as living independently
or finding employment.