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People Who Didn't Let a Handicap Hold Them Back

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People with handicaps can still be very successful in life. These people overcame the odds.

Rated 0 points - posted 8 years ago by keilania in category People.
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Obama Report Abuse
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Ludwig von Beethoven (bipolar disorder and deaf) Report Abuse
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Leonardo da Vinci (dyslexia and epilepsy) Report Abuse
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Winston Churchill (bipolar disorder) Report Abuse
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Helen Keller Report Abuse
Although blind and deaf, Helen was an author, political activist, and lecturer.
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Alexander the Great Report Abuse
Alexander had epilepsy and was one of the greatest generals in history.
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Buzz Aldrin Report Abuse
Buzz didn't let his battle with bipolar disorder prevent him from being the second person to set foot on the moon.
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Ray Charles Report Abuse
Ray didn't let his blindness stop him from becoming a soul music pioneer.
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Lord Byron (epilepsy) Report Abuse
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Aristotle (epilepsy) Report Abuse
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Alicia Alonso Report Abuse
Alicia was an accomplished ballet dancer and opened Cuba's first major ballet company. She was also blind.
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Louis Braille (blind) Report Abuse
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Napoleon Bonaparte (epilepsy) Report Abuse
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Julius Caesar (epilepsy) Report Abuse
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Lewis Carroll (epilepsy) Report Abuse
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Truman Capote (communication disorder) Report Abuse
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Tim Burton (bipolar disorder) Report Abuse
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Buddha (epilepsy) Report Abuse
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James Brady (traumatic brain injury) Report Abuse
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Ned Beatty (bipolar disorder) Report Abuse
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William Jefferson Clinton (hearing impairment) Report Abuse
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