Daring to Dream' is a collection of biographical stories around the theme of advocacy for people with disabilities. It tells a history of several families involvement with the organisation 'Queensland Parents for People with Disabilities' and how advocacy became the key to achieving their dreams for their family member. The book explores ways of dealing with the inflexibility's within the system and gives examples of the different approaches that have been taken by families.
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Daring to Dream: Stories of parent advocacy in Queensland
24 May 2005
Attitudes, Advocacy, Families