Mindsets on Disability Quiz

Accessibility for people with physical disabilities is a basic human right, not a privilege

Making places accessible and barrier-free for people with physical disabilities is a nice idea, but not worth the cost.

Canada should be a world leader in ensuring universal access to public places.

As a society, it should be a high priority to do whatever we can to ensure everyone can fully participate, regardless of whether or not they have a physical disability.

It's understandable that employers feel it is risky to hire people with physical disabilities.

It's a waste not to recognize and promote the potential of people with physical disabilities.

I never notice any disabled people actually using the disabled washroom or ramps, etc.

There is a lot of prejudice towards people with physical disabilities.

I rarely think about people with physical disabilities in my day-to-day life.

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