Resources for the Session: Connected, Inclusive and Resilient
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Being connected implies a two-way conversation, a dialog where people hear, speak and listen while thinking… it is the basis of how we make meaning in our lives. Connecting with people, in this case people who identify as “disable” is not just about starting to talk, but also about thinking of our relationship to disability—what we think we mean by disability.
What’s your personal relationship to disability? Are you?
- A Person with a disability or a special health care need.
- A Parent or Family member of a person with a disability or a special health care need.