This weeks lectures raised some really great points. We read about the stigmas that are placed on people who are, in our society, often referred to as disabled. I have to say that I feel as though it is not necessarily up to us to decide or label those who are disabled or not. Like the example shown in the "Switched At Birth" clip, deaf people are often times categorized in the group of disabled, when really that is not at all how they view themselves. It becomes almost offensive. Deaf view themselves as just a minority group rather. So if someone is a little slower, not exactly up to par, "not normal", does that mean they are disabled? I think with any aspect of life that people may not match up exactly like us, we are quick to put the disabled hat on them.