Raise Expectations is all about being the best we can be, and expecting the best of those around us. Yes, it is a lofty goal, but often you get what you expect.

Raise Expectations is all about being the best we can be, and expecting the best of those around us. Yes, it is a lofty goal, but often you get what you expect.

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Questions for Twitter:

1.)What role could awareness about implicit biases play in confronting ableism

2.)How do you handle dealing with people in your life who have contributed to any internalized ableism you may feel?

3.)If you feel comfortable sharing, what experience with internalizing ableism do you have?

4.)How can we move from internalizing ableism to disability acceptance?

5.)Have you ever been ableist towards yourself?

6.)Did you realise what ableism was through social media?

7.)Has anyone in your family ever been ableist towards you?

8.)Do you think ableism can go too far?

 

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