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Disabled people per se have to deal with a variety of everyday problems, which, depending on the extent of their disability, can even lead to the need for complete care. In addition, there is often discrimination and exclusion by fellow human beings. Participation in social life is still not a matter of course for disabled people today. The inclusion approach seems to be the right way to do this, but implementing it poses significant challenges for society. Much still has to be done to involve or involve people with disabilities at all levels of society. For example, a disability that only requires walking on crutches can make access to many shops, restaurants and even apartments impossible. And reachability is only the first step in equal participation. (fp)
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