United Spinal Association TV Commercial, 'Disability Etiquette PSA: Invisible'
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As a waitress hangs her tea towel on a woman's wheelchair and turns to her friend to order for her, a spokesperson says that sometimes people with disabilities can feel invisible... but everyone deserves the same respect and consideration, as demonstrated when the woman offers to hold the door open for same waitress when her arms are full. When people are considerate and respectful of each other, you'll find that many will be "happy to help." People interested in learning more can download the United Spinal Association's Disability Etiquette booklet online at its website.
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