Disability Ain’t Inability

If you saw Kodi Lee on America’s Got Talent this past week, he is blind and autistic, yet his voice goes far beyond any label or any disability. A disability isn’t label, nor is it an inability. Having autism doesn’t mean that you aren’t capable of accomplishing your dreams and goals in life. There have been several individuals with autism who have proven that their disability hasn’t stopped them from pursing their dreams and goals in life. Examples include animal science professor/autism activist Temple Grandin, Amy Schumer’s husband, etc…. A disability doesn’t mean that you are disabled, it means that you have a different ability and have a different perspective on seeing and viewing the world.

If you haven’t seen Kodi Lee on AGT yet, here is a link to the video: https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=kodi+lee&&view=detail&mid=EBAFD69737C498B62E1EEBAFD69737C498B62E1E&&FORM=VRDGAR

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