- by Becky Adams, MS CCC-SLP, Speech Language Pathologist
It often starts the same way. You see a person with a disability and immediately don’t know what to say or do.
When you’re communicating with people you do not know well, it is hard to create small talk, especially if the individual has a disability. You may have a hard time finding the right questions to initiate a conversation. It’s possible you feel lost and would rather avoid the situation.
I propose we all stop and be willing to experience someone’s story. Click here to read Becky's tips.