- Child: mommy I'm sick
- Mom: yaaaaas bitch cause I am what? SICKENING
- child: but mommy I've been throwing up
- Mom: yaaaaaaaaaaas bitch gag on my eleganza
I have a really serious question for service dog handlers/disabled people in general who are going through or have gone through college.
I am physically disabled. From my knees down and elbows down, I am essentially numb, I don’t know where my limbs are in space. This makes it impossible for me to handle glass/chemicals/anything else needed for completing a lab science.
As I can hardly walk, I am getting a mobility service dog, who will obviously accompany me everywhere.
My question is, has anyone ever come into accommodations for their school’s lab science requirement? Or have you had to transfer schools?
I had the privilege of speaking to a DISABILITY OFFICE CHAIR at my university who told me that I couldn’t graduate without doing Biology, Environmental Science, or Chemistry, all of which I PHYSICALLY CANNOT DO.
Any suggestions are more than welcomed, I am very upset and don’t know what to do.