Persons with disabilities are a group of people who have physical. Or mental impairments that make it difficult or impossible to participate fully in society. Persons with disabilities can include people with intellectual disabilities and learning disabilities, as well as physical impairments.
The goal of inclusive education is to eliminate barriers. So that all learners are given equal access to opportunities, resources, and activities. This means ensuring students learn in diverse environments where they can make full use of their individual strengths and talents. These barriers include:
Lack of access: People who have disabilities often need additional time, equipment or instruction from teachers. If schools do not provide this support for pupils with special needs, then staff members cannot teach effectively. The same applies to parents who need more time at home to educate their child about his/her condition. If no one else can help then maybe someone should just stay home!!!!
Lack of access
Transportation is a major obstacle for many people who are unable to get around easily. Because they lack the use of a car. For example, many people with disabilities rely on public transportation or ride-hailing services like Uber or Lyft. However, these services do not always offer sufficient coverage in areas where there are few public transportation options.
Communication is another barrier that prevents people from participating fully in society. People who are deaf or hard of hearing often have trouble communicating with others. Because their voices may be misinterpreted or misunderstood. They also may have difficulty understanding when people talk too fast or say things twice during an interaction.
- “Lack of access” is a barrier that prevents individuals from accessing goods, services and facilities.
- Examples of barriers to access include:
- Uncomfortable furniture or equipment. For example, if you are blind and trying to use a computer with an LED display. The glare can make it very difficult to see clearly.
- Construction projects in which everything has been moved around. So that there’s no room for someone who uses a wheelchair; or bathrooms with only one stall instead of two (or more) stalls accessible for people who use wheelchairs
Lack of understanding
When you think about it, most of us have been treated differently from time to time. We may have been given fewer opportunities or opportunities that were more difficult than those offered to someone else. We may not have been given the same respect or value as others because of our disability–or any other reason for which we are different.
This disconnect between perceptions and reality can lead people with disabilities to feel isolated and misunderstood by their peers, even if they happen to be very successful in life.
Lack of awareness
One of the biggest barriers to inclusion is a lack of awareness about what it means to be disabled. When people aren’t aware, they don’t see how a person’s disability affects their ability to participate in society and get ahead.
- If you’re blind or partially sighted, it can be hard for you to live independently–and sometimes even harder if you need help with daily tasks like shopping or cooking meals. You may not know where things are located in your house until someone else helps guide you through the process of doing things for yourself (like taking out the garbage). This problem isn’t just limited to the home; many people who are blind find themselves needing assistance when traveling outside because they don’t know how best navigate unfamiliar places by sight alone!
- If someone has an intellectual disability (also called developmental delay), they might lack certain skills needed for everyday life tasks such as reading newspapers at work instead of just listening attentively while coworkers talk around them during meetings every day…
Lack of infrastructure
The infrastructure in your country is not yet ready for persons with disabilities. The government needs to create more accessible buildings and equipment, provide more funding for the disabled and provide more training for them.
Lack of resources
- Lack of resources.
- Lack of funding.
- Lack of support from the government.
- Limited access to resources and awareness about them, which can make it difficult for disabled people to find work or get appropriate accommodations in the workplace (e.g., wheelchair ramp at work).
Achieving equality for persons with disabilities is not just about education and awareness.
- Education and awareness: The first step in achieving equality for persons with disabilities is education and awareness. This is important because it can help people understand that people with disabilities are just like you, and that they deserve the same opportunities as everyone else. There are several disability support services that are working on it.
- Accessibility: Another important factor for achieving equality for persons with disabilities is accessibility. For example, if there aren’t enough ramps at your local shops or restaurants, then it will be hard for someone who uses a wheelchair to use those facilities.
- Infrastructure: Infrastructure refers to all aspects of society including buildings, transportation systems (such as public transportation), communication systems (such as phones), Internet connections etcetera – everything needed so we can do things together as a society!
The barriers for persons with disabilities can be many and varied. From the simple issue of being able to physically access a place, through to more complex issues like prejudice or lack of understanding about disability. We hope that this article has given you some insight into what it is like living with any type of disability and how we might be able to help you overcome these barriers