To The Daily Sun,
I would like to comment on the Department of Education's Vocational Rehabilitation Program.
I became involved in this program as a client in October. It is to the say the least a magnificent instrumental organization for people with disabilities.
This program offers hope and helps disabled people who, in spite of disabilities, wish to remain active and productive in the community.
As in my case, I have worked physically hard my entire life. I tried to maintain a good work ethic, even when work was being a physical challenge for me. The worst insult a person could tell me is, "You are not capable of doing anything." If that is not a ludicrous statement, I don't know what is.
Vocational Rehabilitation offers a rainbow of hope for a person with a disability, such as myself. It works. The staff and counselors are incomparable.
With age comes changes. I embrace my disability as a notion that I can be productive and be of service to community and help others.
Vocational Rehabilitation inspired this philosophical ingenuity to me. I am better for seeking the services of Voc Rehab.
Remember, in this free society we have control over our own destiny. No individual has the right to control it for you, or to even mention it. Arrogance for sure.
I greatly encourage any disabled person to seek out the services of Voc Rehab. They are located at Employment Secuirty and they are there for you, as they were for me.
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