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Why Does Your Attitude Matter?
• People who have disabilities have the challenge to overcome physical, cognitive and emotional obstacles.
• The ____________________________ of others is another obstacle to overcome.
• As a leisure service provider, having a _________________, accepting and encouraging attitude is crucial if inclusion is going to work.
• Additionally, the attitudes of your staff members must also be positive. o The big issue: ________________________________

How are Attitudes Formed?
• _____________________
• Beliefs
• Attitudes
• Intentions
• ____________________

Antecedents to Beliefs...
• Those conditions that “_____________________” for beliefs to develop
• Ex - community, past experiences, families, friends

Beliefs...
• What people ____________________________________
• Composed of an individual’s perception of information available
• Result in the acquisition of knowledge, which may not necessarily be correct

Attitude Defined...
• Attitude: a _________________________________ to respond in a consistently favorable or unfavorable manner with respect to a given object
• A way of responding (positive or negative) to a person, place, or thing.
• _____________________, not inherited
• Three parts: cognitive (think), affective (feel) and behavioral (act)

Intentions...
• Those behavioral plans made with respect to the presence of another person
• Reflect ____________________ that influence behavior
• Indications of how much of an effort people plan to exert to perform the behavior

Behaviors...
• Any____________________________________________________, response, or movement by an individual

Understand Attitude Development
• Formation and Expression of Attitudes

Development of Negative Attitudes
• People without disabilities experience ______________________ ___________________ when interacting with a…...

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