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Differently abled individuals.Levoy, Bob. Veterinary Economics54.6 Etiquette for the differently abled,This writer goes and takes the time to talk about the way that people that are considered disabled or differently abled to be assisted by us with a certain etiquette to make them feel comfortable and respected, and he talks about five ways to properly assists differentlyabled people by 1. To get the attention of someone with a hearing difficulty, it may be necessaryto wave your hands or tap the person's shoulder. 2. Never begin pushing a wheelchair user without first asking whether help is desired. 3. If you don't understand a person with a speech impediment, ask them to repeat. Don't simply pretend to understand. 4. When you enter a room with a vision-impaired person, identify yourself. When leaving, let the person know. 5. Don't hesitate to use words that relate to a disability such as, "It's good to see you" to a vision-

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