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  • ONE OF THE KIDS - MAITLAND

    ONE OF THE KIDS - MAITLAND

    Come along to learn about inclusive education, hear stories of success from the regular classroom, and think about how inclusion can work for your child!

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  • ONE OF THE KIDS - CHARLESTOWN

    ONE OF THE KIDS - CHARLESTOWN

    Come along to learn about inclusive education, hear stories of success from the regular classroom, and think about how inclusion can work for your child!

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  • Some lessons concerning agency transformation towards personalised services

    This paper describes the key learning outcomes that came from the examination of the experience of eight American community-based agencies that altered their service practices from an exclusive reliance on group and fixed models of service, to models of service that were exclusively individualised for the entirety of the people they served....

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  • Participation and Contribution through Work, Study and Valued Roles

    This information sheet has been designed for quick reference to a number of options for people with disabilities to participate in work, study, and other valued roles. For detailed information you will
    need to follow the links to contact the relevant service, organisation or Government department.

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  • Planning for Now, Tomorrow and the Future - Resource Guide

    As we get older the biggest worry for families with a family member with a disability is “What will happen when I die?”Who will be here to look out for our sons or daughters or sisters or brothers when we are no longer around to look out for them?

    We do a...

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  • Valued Roles for All - The Keys to the Good Life Handbook

    This handbook helps to explain one of the key concepts that are crucial to helping people who require support to have a good life in the community — the importance of valued social roles.

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  • Time to reject ‘special needs'

    When we see discussions about people with disabilities, we almost always hear the words ‘special needs’.  However, when I ask what is the special need, I get answers like ‘He needs a wheelchair and that is special as others don’t need one’.

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  • Getting Prepared

    Getting Prepared

    Getting Prepared -tailoring life and supports for an individual Free information session for people with disability and their family members

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  • TOWARDS A BETTER LIFE

    TOWARDS A BETTER LIFE

    An Introduction to SRV theory and the possibilities it creates

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  • The Limitations of the Law in Human Services

    About the book (from the Preface)

    Since the publication of the first edition, Dr. Wolfensberger developed extensive material and taught widely on the limits of a law- and legal rights-based approach to addressing human needs.

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