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The concept of people with disabilities is currently a very controversial concept in many countries and so far there is no unified concept of people with disabilities that applies to all countries. There are differences from country to country regarding disability attitudes, regulations regarding the status and severity of a disability, as well as the use of descriptive words.

According to the World Health Organization classification, there are three levels of impairment: impairment, disability, and handicap. Defect refers to the loss or abnormality of body structure related to psychological and/or physiological. Disability refers to a decrease in functioning as a result of the impairment. Handicap refers to the disadvantage or disadvantage of a person with a disability due to the impact of the surrounding environment on their disability.

In view of the International Organization of Persons with Disabilities, people with disabilities become disabled due to a lack of opportunities to participate in social activities and lead a life like other members. Thus, disability is a complex phenomenon, reflecting the interplay between physical features and social features in which people with disabilities live.

Disability issues around the globe

People with disabilities are one of the most disadvantaged groups in the world. People with disabilities have poorer health outcomes, lower levels of education, less access to economic activities, and higher poverty rates.

More than a billion people live with disabilities: The number of people with disabilities corresponds to about 15% of the world's population, about 110-190 million people have great difficulty in functioning. Disability rates tend to increase, due to population aging and the global increase in the incidence of chronic diseases.

People with disabilities are vulnerable people who are disproportionately distributed: Low-income countries have a higher proportion of people with disabilities than high-income countries. People with disabilities are more common in women, children, the elderly, and the poor.

People with disabilities often do not get the best health care when they need it: Half of the people with disabilities cannot afford health care services. Globally, people with disabilities are three times more denied health care than people without disabilities.

Children with disabilities are less likely to go to school: Education completion gaps are found in all age groups everywhere for children with disabilities, which is even more pronounced in poor countries. In India, the percentage of children with disabilities attending primary school ranges from 10%, in Indonesia up to 60%.

People with disabilities are vulnerable to poverty: People with disabilities have lower living conditions, including lack of food, housing difficulties, and lack of access to clean water and sanitation. Poverty is caused by the costs of medical care, assistive equipment or personal support, in general, people with disabilities are poorer than people without disabilities of the same income level.

Rehabilitation maximizes function and supports independence for people with disabilities: In many countries, rehabilitation services are inadequate for people with disabilities. Data from 4 countries in Africa show that only 26–55% of people with disabilities receive rehabilitation services, only 17–37% receive assistive devices (e.g. wheelchairs, wheelchairs, etc.) prostheses, hearing aids).

People with disabilities can live and participate in the community: 40% of people with disabilities often do not have their support needs met for daily activities. In the United States, 70% of adults rely on family and friends for support with daily activities.

Breaking down barriers for people with disabilities

To ensure that people with disabilities have access to mainstream services; invest in disability-specific programs; apply the national strategy and action plan; improve staff education, training, and recruitment; provide adequate funding; improve public awareness and understanding of disability.

Inspirational characters with disabilities

If these famous disabled people share something, besides professional success, it's self-improvement, life for most of them hasn't been easy and because of that, they become examples and inspirations in society.

Frida Kahlo

Frida had polio when she was a toddler, and according to some accounts, she also had spina bifida, which causes paralysis on the right side of her body. In addition, her spinal problems were aggravated by an accident suffered in her teens, which left her with physical problems throughout her life. Frida spent most of her life. in bed, enduring intense pain. Despite this, she became one of the most popular artists of all time and an icon of the twentieth century.

John Nash

Another example of a superstar with a handicap who defied the odds is John Nash, an American mathematician whose life was characterized by acute paranoid schizophrenia and who was well-known to the general public throughout his time on the world for his movie "A Beautiful Mind". Aware of his illness, Nash fought against it and developed a successful research career, which earned him the 1994 Nobel Prize in Economics.

Stephen Hawking

A distinguished physicist, astronomer, cosmologist, and scientist, Stephen Hawking was diagnosed with ALS at the age of 21 with a reported life of only 2 more years, however, he lived to 76. age. He has been paralyzed for more than thirty years and uses a voice synthesizer to communicate, and a wheelchair which he operates through slight movements of the head and eyes. None of them prevented him from carrying out his activities as an exemplary researcher and professor, his efforts made him famous, the whole world became aware of his illness. Becoming one of the most famous people of our time, his story was brought to the cinema in the movie “The Theory of Everything”.

Nick Vujicic

Nick Vujicic is another celebrity with a disability and the founder of Life Without Limbs - an organization for disabled people. Vujicic was born in 1982, he was born without limbs. He claims that, as a child, he was subjected to ridicule and discrimination, having attempted suicide, but over time he learned

Andrea Boccelli

Andrea Boccelli is an Italian-born musician, writer, and music producer, whose works have sold over 75 million copies. He was born with congenital glaucoma that left him partially blind, which is not prevented him from learning the piano until he was six years old. However, at the age of 12, he was hit by a blow during a football game that left him completely blind. He decided to focus entirely on music, especially singing. Many important international prizes have been bestowed to Boccelli, and he even has a beach named after him on the Adriatic Sea.

Alex Zanardi

After several years in F1, Alex Zanardi suffered an accident in 2001 that resulted in both legs being amputated. Three years later, he was again on the track driving a BMW, which he himself adjusted some parts to suit his condition. He won four World Car Championships (WTCC). However, in 2007 he decided to focus his efforts on mountain biking. The tricycle he uses is also his own design, and to date, he has won three Paralympic gold medals.

Aaron Fotheringham

In addition to being one of the most famous and inspirational people with disabilities, Aaron. Aside from that, Fotheringham is one of the most well-known skaters in the world. During his childhood, Aaron underwent several failed hip surgeries that forced him to use a wheelchair permanently. Despite this, he continued to practice a sport he was passionate about so that it could accommodate his disability. In 2005, Aaron Fotheringham made a great leap with a 180-degree turn, and 2006 performed the first somersault in wheelchair history. Since then, his achievements and challenges have been an example to thousands of people.

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