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Co-existence

Walk With Me

Disability etiquette means having some common sense when interacting with the disabled.

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By Stephen Kuusisto

Once when I was walking in Manhattan with my first guide dog (a big yellow Labrador named “Corky”) a stranger grabbed me while we were crossing Fifth Avenue. No one likes to be seized and blind people especially dislike it. I required no help but…

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