Could this practice of person-centered thinking be beneficial to other areas of diversity as well? Why?

Person-centered thinking places people & their capabilities, interests, & gifts before their diagnoses or treatments. For example, a child diagnosed with cerebral palsy would not be called “the child in the wheelchair” but instead would be recognized by the same traits that any other child might be: “Tommy likes trains & always remembers everyone’s birthday.” Could this practice of person-centered thinking be beneficial to other areas of diversity as well? Why?

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