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  • The Inevitable Loneliness of Personal Advocacy

    Kendrick comments on the loneliness of arguing a position that is not supported by everyone.

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  • Living the Life of the Community: The Role of Transportation in Inclusion

    This article examines how an available public transport system is essential to fully include persons with disabilities in the community. Not only does some form of public transport have to be available but also the negative stereotypes associated with using public transport have to be upturned.

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  • Sharing Lives

    Pat Fratangelo writes of the importance of living and sharing lives. It is, she writes, important that there is a facilitation of connections between people who have similar aspirations and personal interests.

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  • Champions of Inclusion

    The purpose of this article is to highlight some of the salient characteristics that make up a champion of inclusion.

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  • Preparing your child for high school

    Bob Jackson provides guidelines for getting your child started at high school from choosing a school to working with the school to achieve your vision for your child. Please note that Bob Jackson suggests you begin this process six months before the transition to high school.

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  • Preparing your child for school

    Bob Jackson provides guidelines for getting your child started at school from choosing a school to working with the school to achieve your vision for your child. Please note that Bob Jackson suggests you begin this process 6 months before the transition to school.

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  • Should Schools Include Children with a Disability?

    Bob Jackson examines the necessity of inclusion. He suggests it is the questions of who we see as belonging and who does not. Some reasons he outlines for inclusion are being good for the child, the school, teacher and society.

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  • Life Beyond the Classroom: Transition Strategies for Young People with Disabilities

    This book brings together information on facilitating transitions for young people with mild, moderate, or severe disabilities. Some of the many topics covered include making the journey from youth to adulthood, empowering youth with disabilities, individualised transition planning and finding jobs for young people with disabilities.

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  • Competitive Employment: Has it become "first choice" yet?

    This article addresses the issue of availability of competitive employment for individuals with significant disabilities compared to segregated day and work services.

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  • Competitve Employment for persons with Disabilities: Overcoming the Obstacles

    This chapter considers why persons with disability have been unable to break into competitive employment and what specific barriers they may be facing. The authors put forward the view that society must place the employment of persons with disability as a major goal that must seriously be attended to.

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