Beyond Inclusion: The Magic of Disability Communities Quiz You have not taken this lesson's quiz yet According to some recent research, blind people who had ___ were most successful and happy.  Only friends who did not have disabilities. At least one friend who was also blind. A segregated education in a special school for the blind. At least one friend who shared their religious beliefs. All of the following organizations were mentioned in the webinar, except:  Association for Education and Rehabilitation of the Visually Impaired. National Federation of the Blind. National Association of the Deaf. Society for Disability Studies. If you are unsure how a person with a disability can safely join an activity you’re planning, you should:  Exclude them; better to be safe than sorry. Include them, but be sure they have an assistant with them at all times. Consult textbooks about the disability involved. Consult other people who have the same disability to find out what accommodations, if any, should be made to help the person join the activity. What is a good way to help teens with disabilities feel empowered in their youth groups?  Offer a choice of activities so they can choose ones that are most accessible to them. Allow them to bring non-Jewish friends who share their disability. Encourage them to run for youth leadership positions if they want to. All of the above.