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Clarity of Vision: A compass for the Journey

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This presentation was delivered by Wendy Stroeve at Family Advocacy's 2007 Odyssey Conference. 

In this presentation, Wendy talks about the importance of having a vision, that is, a clear idea and some positive dreams about the kind of life a person with disability wants to achieve. Wendy writes that a good quality of life, in connection with family, friends and community, with jobs, interests and opportunities does not happen for people with disability by chance. But it may happen as a result of a clear vision and determined action. She suggests the vision of a positive life can become a kind of compass, a tool to assist a person with disability and their family navigate toward a rich and varied life, included in the community.

Author
Wendy Stroeve
Source
Family Advocacy 2007 Odyssey Conference
Publisher
Family Advocacy
Publication Date
25 October 2007
Category
Teachers, Families, Professionals, Parents
Keywords
Attitudes, Vision
Origin
Australia

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