This is a clear and concise explanation of inclusion and its use as a strategy to address the devaluation of children and adults who have a disability. The article gives examples of what actively practising inclusion means, for example, "focusing on everyone's disability and limitation, not abilities and possibilities." It also highlights some key effects of devaluation on people and gives other strategies to combat devaluation.
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What is Inclusion?
Step by Step - A Kit for Families Working for an Inclusive Community
1 January 1995
Teachers, Person with disability, Families, Parents, Professionals
Inclusion, Social Role Valorisation