Fla. teens teach elementary-school students about disabilities

10/30/2013 | Sun-Sentinel (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)

A group of Palm Beach County, Fla., high-schoolers and recent graduates spoke to students at an elementary school this week about living with disabilities. The teens explained how their conditions -- ranging from Tourette syndrome to deafness -- affect their daily lives and interactions with peers. The event was part of the school's "Day of Inclusion."

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