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Historical Achievements By Families And Other Allies In Regards To “ Social Inclusion” i.e. Valued Social Participation Michael J. Kendrick PhD Kendrick Consulting Intl www.kendrickconsulting.org firstname.lastname@example.org
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Michael J. Kendrick PhD
Kendrick Consulting Intl
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Massive Denial Of The Essential Humanity Of People With Disabilities
Profound Ignorance Of The True Nature Of People With Disabilities
Fear Of People With Disabilities Based Upon False Understandings e.g. Negative Stereotypes
Pervasive And Entrenched Segregation Of People With Disabilities From Community Life
Profound Social Devaluation Of People With Disabilities
Few Positive Examples Of People With Disabilities In Valued Social Roles
An Absence Of Normative Opportunities In Community Life For People With Disabilities To Contribute And Be Valued For Their Gifts And Strengths
An Absence Of A Positive Vision For The Lives Of People And Leaders To Champion It
The Decision (By Countless Families) Not To Institutionalize Their Family Member
The Decision (By Countless Families) That Their Family Member Would Indeed Be A Full And Valued Member Of Their Family
The Decision (By Countless Families) That A Full life In The Community Offered Their Family Member The Best Prospects In Life
The Forming, Growth And Maturation Of Key Strategic Activist Alliances In Regards To Social Inclusion At Local/Provincial/National And International Levels
The Millions Of Small Instances Over Decades Where Families Included Their Family Member With A Disability In All Of The Rich Aspects Of Personal, Family And Community Life
The Rise And Gradual Expansion Of Efforts At Social Inclusion In Higher Education, In Multiple Locales, For Persons With Developmental Disabilities
The Creation Of Many Enduring Examples Of Socially Inclusive Options To Conventional Segregated Programs In Regards To Leisure And Other Lifestyle Related Interests.
The Commonwealth Integrated Games
The Development Of Support Within Many Community Organizations For A Policy Of Social Inclusion Of Persons With Disabilities
The Passage Of International Charters Of Rights That Are Premised On The Full Citizenship And Inclusion Of Persons With Disabilities
The Numbers Of People With Disabilities That Now Have Homes And Lives “Of Their Own”