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  • Commentary

    David Jory is the parent of a young man with intellectual disability. He is also a professor at a Canadian University. In this commentary, Jory argues passionately against differentiating people solely on the basis of assessment test scores.

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  • David's Journey: From a locked ward to a life of his own

    This is the third article in the "Your Move' series. In it we meet David, a young man with destructive and challenging behaviours. Key people, including family members, came together to focus on who David really was and what was important to him.

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  • The Inclusion of Students with Special Needs in NSW: Strategies for Effective Implementation

    This paper outlines the arguments for full inclusion of students with disabilities.

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  • Not just 'Business as Usual'

    The National Home of Your Own Alliance was formed to pursue new initiatives in home ownership for people with disabilities in the USA. Collaboration is identified as the key to the program's success, with the Alliance working with coalitions in 13 states.

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  • Changing Lives, Yes We Can!

    Mary Kealy has just retired as CEO of Brothers of Charity, Clare, in the West of Ireland. During the past ten years she led a radical change in how support is provided to people.

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  • Families Getting NDIS Ready

    Families Getting NDIS Ready

    This workshop is designed to facilitate thinking and discussion about how the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) could best work for your family member.

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  • Kids Belong Together

    This video is a celebration of friendship and joy, showing the inclusion of students with disabilities in regular primary and junior high schools, with each school becoming a community where every child feels he or she belongs.

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  • Living the Dream - Inclusive Post-Secondary Education

    This video provides an overview of the full inclusion of adults with developmental disabilities in universities and colleges. For more information contact the Alberta Association for Community Living at www. aacl. org

     

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  • Family business vs school business

    This resource has been created to help families think through what a good right relationship might look like when working with their child's school around an inclusive education. It clearly outline who might be responsible for what so everyone understand their roles.  

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  • Education Propaganda Directory 2014

    Pro. pa. gan. da: ideas or statements that are often false or exaggerated and that are spread in order to help a cause, a political leader, a government etc. (Meriam.

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