Disability/Rural and Migrant Health in the Population
Social constructs, on the other hand, see disability as something that is socially constructed. This includes environmental influences such as education and access to suitable healthcare. The social construct definition views disabilities as something you can overcome by proper support and other accommodations, not as something inherent.
Moreover, this perspective is centered around empowering individuals with disabilities in order to allow them equal access to all areas of life instead of treating them solely as patients who need to be “fixed”. Recognizing their strengths and potential, while giving them the tools necessary to succeed can help overcome any social barriers. This will create an inclusive society for all people regardless of race or ability.