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Two-thirds 'uncomfortable' talking to people with disabilities

Two-thirds of those who took part in a survey said they felt uncomfortable talking to people with disabilities.

The research was carried out for the disability charity Scope, which is now running an advertising campaign to highlight the awkwardness some people feel in an effort to help them overcome it.

Three students at Cardiff University described their experiences as individuals with both visible and hidden disabilities.

  • 08 May 2014
  • From the section Wales
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