10 commandments eex

10 commandments eex - 10 Commandments 1 Offer help to...

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10 Commandments 1. Offer help to disabled persons across the street. If there is an individual who is blind or in a wheelchair that is struggling to cross the road, offer assistance. Additionally, if they need help navigating a building to get to class, propose to help them with stairs, opening doors, or simply finding their way. 2. If you are on the bus and a handicapped person gets on, get out of your seat and let them sit down. Not only is it being cordial and friendly, but it is respectful to offer up a seat especially if you have no trouble standing on the bus ride, and they do. 3. Do not stare at a disabled person. If somebody is walking around with a physical or mental disability, it is extremely rude to gawk at the person. He or she is trying to get an education just like the rest of the students on campus, and making them uncomfortable by looking condescendingly is not a good way to make them feel comfortable at UF. 4.
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2012 for the course EEX 3312 taught by Professor Nelson during the Spring '09 term at University of Florida.

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