Originally Posted by tzeshan
I said very clearly. Can disabled person perform as well as non-disabled in general?
Well let me respond very clearly for you. I am disabled and I perform psychological evaluations for neurosurgeons and bariatric surgeons as well as therapy for persons with severe mental health diagnosis. This required a bachelors degree, masters degree and a doctorate in clinical psychology. I am very good at what I do and one of the few in the area that provides evaluations (that have a profound effect on peoples lives) that these professionals in this area feel comfortable using.
You have displayed ignorance, bigotry and a profound lack of insight during your postings on this manner. With these qualities I would not be able to hire you and have you work in an environment that requires objectivity and an education level high enough for you to effectively communicate with surgeons and have an understanding of a patients strengths and weaknesses.
Now I understand your low self-esteem (of course these are assumptions based on our limited contact medium, very similar to your assumptions based on not knowing every disabled person) I understand while you use global thinking and generalizations to make yourself feel better about any perceived advantages those disabled people have.
I served in the United States Navy and as a police officer (k9) and I met alot of individuals who weren't so good at there job, however, I don't judge people and lump them into one group which seems to be your coping mechanism. Of course I cannot go out and do construction, but there are people in jobs requiring physical attributes that couldn't do my job and what I do has a profound effect on peoples lives and pays quite well to boot (not saying physical labor doesn't have profound effects, just making a point). So if this hasn't answered your question sufficiently maybe you need to look deeper within yourself, or perhaps some professional help is needed (and no I don't do referrals out of comment sections).