[AI] disability sensus

Subramani L lsubramani at deccanherald.co.in
Sun Apr 18 10:00:48 EDT 2010


Probably she means things like dyslexia, even low vision, which is not
obvious yet is existing.   

Subramani 



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Hi Jean,

What do you mean by hidden or invisible disability?
I don't see any such term unless a person wants to hide his
disability, which, in my view, is unnecessary.


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On 4/18/10, Jean Parker <radioforever at gmail.com> wrote:
> You said:
> "Caste, religion etc. can't be identified without a certificate, but
> disability can be identified by the very presence of the person.  So,
> I don't know how and why we want to hide this aspect"
> .
>
> What if it is a hidden or invisible disability?  The presence of the
person
> would neither confirm or deny the presence of a disability.
> Jean
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