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July is Disability Pride Month

Our goal at CP is to share the message that having a disability doesn’t limit anyone on what they can do. From summer fishing and camping, to creating art and attending summer concerts, at the end of the day, people with disabilities like to do the same things as their peers. They might just have to find a different way to do them.   More often than not, the biggest barrier to better understanding people with disabilities are the misconceptions that are out there. July is Disability Pride Month and CP is celebrating by bringing awareness to all of the amazing things the disability community adds to our area. We thought it best to kick off the month by going to the source – our good friend Joe. Just read his letter describing what it’s like to have a disability and some of the common misconceptions that tend to go with it. We think you’ll be pretty impressed what he shares. We certainly are as Joe represents lots of people who have a disability, live and work in our community, and

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