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  • Staying True to SRV

    Drawing on their Australian experience, the authors argue that while an understanding an adherence to Social Role Valorization (SRV) should form the basis of good service delivery, it should be supplemented with a wide range of skills from many disciplines.

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  • DREAMING THE DREAM - Inclusion: An issue of Social Justice

    This booklet records a 3-year project undertaken in Lambeth (UK) whose overall theme is supporting inclusive communities. Through organised workshops (including PATH workhops) and other events, young people with disability, adults with disability, and parents and allies were given the opportunity to voice their experience of the alienation brought about...

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  • Diversity is Strength

    This is a report of the May 2002 Summit "Diversity is Strength". Summit participants identified key barriers that stand in the way of people with disability from non-English speaking backgrounds accessing disability agencies. The report also lists ideas that will assist in overcoming the barriers identified. Keyword: Cross Cultural

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  • A Place Called Home

    As a young adult, Alison Ouellette's son David showed that he was ready to move from the family home. In this short and honest book, Alison Ouellette traces her son David's life from birth to his finally moving into his own home in his mid-twenties.

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  • Personal Relationships between People with and Without Disabilities

    In this article, Zana Lutfiyya asserts that while it takes effort to establish connections between people with and without disabilities, there are ways that such relationships can be encouraged. Lutfiyya considers the dimension of friendship and offers advice to families and service providers on how they can support the development...

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  • Research, Advocacy, and the Making of Public Policy

    This article outlines the involvement of the University of Washington Center for Disability Policy & Research (CDPR) in developing effective public policy around people with developmental disability and their families. The authors encourage researchers, policy makers and consumers to work together to influence public policy.

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  • Healthy Sexuality: Attitudes, Systems & Policies

    People with disability are often not given the opportunity to express their sexuality. Sexuality, however, is part of what it is to be human. To deny sexuality often results in repression or inappropriate behaviour. This article discusses the responsibilities of organisations working with people with disability to promote a climate...

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  • Matching a Thinking System to a Student

    Sue Rubin explains how, lacking a way of communication as a child, she was assumed to have intellectual disability. All this changed when Rubin, who has autism, was introduced to facilitated communication. Facilitated communication has offered the her the opportunity to develop thinking patterns, resulting in her gaining skills and...

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  • Let's look outside the Service System to give People a Real Choice

    People with disability are often offered service solutions which do not meet their needs - leading to the offers being rejected. In this thought-provoking article, David Hanman challenges service providers to find out what people actually want.

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  • How parents can use their experience to change problem behaviour

    Siobhan O'Rourke describes a way that parents can use their own skills and knowledge of their child to overcome problem behaviour. Gentle teaching provides a positive framework to help parent and child work together to develop more harmonious relationships. Keyword: Families

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