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identify steps that could be taken to overcome disabling attitudes and beliefs
The first step in overcoming limiting beliefs is to identify those beliefs. Without giving you a long lecture, let me give you two major points you need to understand. The beliefs that you hold are either empowering, or, dis-empowering. [ [ It should never be a question of which belief is right versus wrong. Your mindset and your ways of thinking either help you, or hold you back. Your beliefs
become your reality. Whether your belief is a way of thinking that will help you achieve your goals or not, you will always find evidence to support your belief, and to have it become your reality. Anyhow, let’s get started identifying your limiting beliefs! Got your pen and paper ready again? Start brainstorming all the thoughts that you feel are holding you back from achieving your goals. Overcoming limiting beliefs requires that you identify all of them first! As always, here is a list below of other ways to think about what limiting beliefs really are. ]
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Weegy: The first step in overcoming limiting beliefs is to identify those beliefs. Without giving you a long lecture, let me give you two major points you need to understand. The beliefs that you hold are either empowering, or, dis-empowering. [ [ It should never be a question of which belief is right versus wrong. Your mindset and your ways of thinking either help you, or hold you back. Your beliefs become your reality. Whether your belief is a way of thinking that will help you achieve your goals or not, you will always find evidence to support your belief, and to have it become your reality. Anyhow, let’s get started identifying your limiting beliefs! Got your pen and paper ready again? Start brainstorming all the thoughts that you feel are holding you back from achieving your goals. Overcoming limiting beliefs requires that you identify all of them first! As always, here is a list below of other ways to think about what limiting beliefs really are. ]
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User: outline what needs to be considered when communicating with individuals with sight loss, hearing loss, deafblindness

Weegy: One-to-one work with deafblind children helps them understand the human interaction that is the basis of communication. Deafblind people may use symbols, objects of reference, sign language, braille and other communication systems.
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outline what needs to be considered when communicating with inidividuals with sight loss, hearing loss, deafness, blindeness?
Weegy: Sight loss does not affect verbal communication, however, the person with sight loss can no longer read nonverbal communication (body language). [ [ Thus, it is important for those around the person with the sight loss to communicate their feelings actively rather than just showing them as they would with a person who could see. ] ] (More)
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explain how individuals with sensory loss can be disabled by attitudes and beliefs?
Weegy: Individuals with a sensory challenge can be disabled by the attitude of not being capable. This message can come from society, or from the person themselves. [ Many people live a full and satisfying life with a disability, as long as they see it as a challenge, and take steps to rise to the everyday challenges presented. ] User: explain how information can be made accessible to individuals with sensory loss Weegy: By using whatever senses the person has. For example, Helen Keller learned sign language by touch.OTHER SENSES BECOME STRONGER WHEN ONE IS COMPROMISED. [SMILE] (More)
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