One thing that can get in the way of being able to control your life is your disability. Not just the fact that a disability might limit something you can do if there is no support, but also, how other people think your disability will limit you.
The best way to deal with this is to first understand what your disability is and what it actually means for you. This is especially important for two reasons. (Click on each reason below…)
Your disability was probably identified through a formal evaluation. This information can be a bit difficult to understand. How can you learn more about it?
First, go over your materials in your school files, and to talk with your teacher or others to explain:
These kind of experiences are obstacles to self-determination.