Friendships are something some people take for granted. But for people with disabilities, friendships are something many of them have a hard time maintaining.
We all value our friendships and most of us make friends throughout our lives. But for people with disabilities, it can be a lot harder to maintain friendships, especially as adults. That's one of the findings in a report released today by Anne Snowdon. She's a professor at the Odette School of Business. She joins me in the studio. Also joining us by phone is Kevin McShan, a 23 year Windsorite with cerebral palsy.
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