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The Disabilities Awareness event, held on Seminole campus Fri. Oct. 5th, sent a powerful message of awareness of what it’s like to be a student with different disabilities. The Seminole Student Government Association along with the visual impaired program from FSU helped students experience having a disabilities such as arthritis, blindness, glaucoma, cerebral palsy, and a few others. Everyone had loads of fun as they tried out different coping strategies and walked away with a new sensitivity to the challenges a disability can pose!



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