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Many disabilities are visible, but many disabilities aren't. Discriminating against obvious disabilities is overt and damaging enough to work relationships. Assuming there isn't a disability and then discriminating against perceived incompetence is more covert and very damaging. An individual is inaccurately labeled without consideration for accommodations that could contribute to his or her success. So, discrimination may be cruel in its obvious intent to belittle others whose disabilities are apparent, or it may be extraordinarily unfair when individuals are treated as less than human because the disabilities aren't apparent or known.
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