Parenting a child with a disability can be a challenge, and often makes us feel like to fall, to give up.
Socializing with people with disabilities should be no different from any other socialization. We should not make them feel that they are different.
It is the most hurtful feelings for parents when you behave rudely with their disabled kids. It is really sad when people stare or make insensitive comments, which can be very frustrating for the person and their family.
An incident happened that is really sad, one father had this experience before, which affected him so much that he is afraid to go out with his disabled son.
One day he went to The Barrel Chapeltown to eat, he asked the employees if he was allowed to bring his son inside. He explained that in the past he received some rude comments because his son is disabled. His son would make loud noises and wave his hands around, so it can be annoying for them.
The employees were really surprised to hear this request for permission. They told the man that of course, he was welcome to bring his son in, and they didn’t stop there.
The owner, Steph Tate, got hurt so much that she couldn’t control his feelings and he decided to make a post on the restaurant’s Facebook page. She wanted to people to know that everyone knew that disabled people are always welcome to dine.
“My intention is not to embarrass the parent who I spoke to yesterday, it has played on my mind all night about how this man must have felt asking me if his child would be accepted in here,” the post read. “It then got me thinking about how many other people must be in the same position.”
“If you’re sat at home with a disabled child, partner or friend and feel on edge about taking them anywhere due to fear of someone making comments please feel free to bring them here,” she wrote.
“If I find anyone making comments or being disrespectful they will be asked to leave not you.”
It is really a good gesture made by the restaurant it encourages people like him.
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