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YAGIZ MANAV SAHIN YILDIZ


contents

Introduction

promotion about disabled people

Insensitivity

disabled people on the street

Down syndrome

About Down's syndrome

Famous Disabled People

Non-Disabled App



"If you are disabled, it is

probably not your fault, but it

is no good blaming the world

or expecting it to take pity on

you."

-Stephen Hawking


DOWN SYNDROME

Down syndrome is a genetic difference, a chromosomal anomaly.The number of

chromosomes in normal people is 42. Their chromosome number is 47. There are

some

Physical

differences such as slant eye,flattened nose,short fingers

They grow slowly but these are not a deficiency , These are difrenceses.Today

People with down syndrome can be graduate from university. With enough interest

they can do everything


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DISABLED PEOPLE IN

STREET

The number of people who need

wheelchairs in the world is alm

ost certainly much more than

67 million and the number of

people who have wheelchair

less than 65 million. They

unable to walk, jump, run... So

they don't need steps,ladders or

stairs.

For the physically disabled,

barriers can range from blocked

wheelchair ramps, to buildings

without lifts, to inaccessible

toilets, to shops without stepfree

access. Meanwhile, for

learning disabled people or

those on the autistic spectrum,

the cluttered and hectic

metropolitan environment can

be a sensory minefield.

“The fear of not being

able . to navigate busy,

cluttered and visually

oriented environments

is a major barrier to

participation in

normal life”

Streets, roadways, and

highways are required to be

more wheelchair accessible by

having curb cuts and ramps.

Street designers and urban

planners don’t focus enough

on people with disabilities.


Insensitivity

W R I T T E N B Y N I C O L E T T E M A L F E R R A R I



Hard but effective solution.

Red dots points the disabled people.

Green dots points the headquartes like

police station, clinics...

Our target is build a easy

communication system between

disabled people and headquartes.


HELEN

KELLER

SCIENTIS

WHO IS SHE ?

She is a American pedagogue.

She was born on June 27,1880

She stuided in Radcliffe

College.

ACHIEVEMENTS

She wrote so many legendary

books like: Rebel Lives,My

Religion

Altought his disability, she was

a teacher.

She guided so many people with

their fears.

WHAT IS HER DISABILITY ?

She was almost naturally

blind,deaf and mute.

When she was a baby,she had an

accident. She was in a very dark

life but she never lost his

hope. Altought his bad luck, she

beat her disabilities and became

a most known teacher in the

world.


NAZMIYE

MURATLI

ATHLETE

WHO IS SHE ?

She is a Turkish athlete.

She was born on June 13,1979.

She competed in paralympic.

ACHIEVEMENTS

In 2012 paralympic olympics she

lifted 109 kilogram.

In 2016 paralympic olympics she

lifted 104 kilogram.

She brake a world record and won

a gold medal in 2016 Rio

Olympics.

WHAT IS HER DISABILITY ?

She can't use his legs

naturally.

Altought his disability, she is

a very brave woman. She can't

use his legs but she is better

than so many athletes who have

legs. His family so keen on to

she. They supported him so much

about his social life. She never

gave up and worked so hard. And

she became a world champion


STEPHEN

HAWKING

SCIENTIST

WHO IS HE ?

Stephen Hawking (January 8, 1942

to March 14, 2018) was a British

scientist.

he worked in physics and

cosmology.

Part of his life story was

depicted in the 2014 film The

Theory of Everything.

ACHIEVEMENTS

He was a succsesful physicist

He wrote great books

WHAT IS HIS DISABILITY ?

He was diagnosed with

amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

(ALS)

ALS is a neurological disease

ALS effect to muscles


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