Earlier in the week, I posted about a legally blind runner who was forced to travel to the Paralympics without her guide dog. Was this fair?
Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!
Gonna be on my soapbox for a minute.
You would think, at an event created especially for the disabled, that organizers would have a pretty good handle on what people of different abilities need. But check out this story from David Wharton in the LA Times. (Read the whole story at that link. Excerpt below.) Continue reading Deplorable Lack of Disability Awareness at Paralympics: Guide Dog Left Behind