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Student of the 123rd group of Pediatric Department of Tashkent Medical Academy Urganch branch
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15-year-old Mahmudjon Rizoyev from Tajikistan assembled a self-propelled device that can make people's lives easier.
It is noted that the gas and brake are mounted on the steering wheel. The motor unit is powered by solar panels and a generator. The guy collected the car for 3 months. The author of the idea says that he wants his invention to be useful for people. He informed that his future plans are to create a lamp for the mountainous regions.
Thanks to disability laws, students with physical disabilities can achieve a college education. Read this guide to find resources for navigating higher education.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 1 in 4 adults in the United States has a disability that impacts their lives. Mobility, the most common category of disability, includes activities like walking and climbing stairs.
Physical disabilities shouldn't stop a student from attending a college or university.
In fact, laws and accommodations are in place to allow students with physical disabilities to pursue their college dreams alongside their peers.
Words can open doors to cultivate the understanding and respect that enable people with intellectual disabilities to lead fuller, more independent lives.
The words we use can also create barriers or stereotypes that are not only demeaning to people with disabilities, but also rob them of their individuality. That’s because words have the power to hurt people with intellectual disabilities, and further isolate them from society. The language we choose to use plays a significant role in helping to create a more inclusive world.
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