Brittany's Message

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I was completely ignored when I went up to order food (they just walked away from me). My friend and I stood there for a second in total disbelief, thinking did that really happen?!?! I had to do something about it so I wrote this letter. About 10 minutes later, I came back and gave it to the staff and stood there while each of them read it!

For those of you who can't read my chicken scratch of handwriting... here what it says
Hi, My name is Brittany Adler. I am 24 years old. I graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science and Heath Science. I plan on getting my Doctorate of Physical Therapy. I also happen to have Dystonia, a condition that affects my muscle tone and speech. Just because I have this disability doesn't mean I should be disrespected. It is a good thing that I am a strong individual otherwise, I would have been devast(at)ed. With that being said, everyone, including people with disabilities, should be respected equally... even though it may be harder to understand them. You should never give up on people. Everyone has something to say!
Sincerely, Brittany 

(A week later, I found out that I'm starting PT school this summer)



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