Langley's James Hill Elementary students Try On A Disability

Published on March 2, 2018, 5:07 pm

Published by Langley Advance

About 250 students at Langley elementary school took part in a program to teach people about the challenges of living with a disability. At interactive stations, the students had to use such things as modified mittens and altered goggles so their senses were as if they had issues such as limited use of their hands or vision impairment. James Hill Elementary was the first school to host the Try On A Disability program created by the Langley Pos-Abilities Society.


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