IDK’s June 2013 presentation at the annual conference of the UK’s National Association of Disability Practitioners was published in the Conference Edition of the Journal of Inclusive Practice in Further and Higher Education (JIPHE).
Caroline from @irishdeafkids talking at #nadp about her experience and what needs to change. pic.twitter.com/abAsJXSc2D
— Ai-Media UK (@aimediaUK) June 28, 2013
The journal piece (by Caroline Carswell) starts:
Fearing for their disabled child’s social, emotional and physical well-being, parents can go to great lengths to protect their child and, in the process, unwittingly limit their potential.
A need to value role models with disability in today’s society, is highlighted. Creators of inclusive settings like parents, educators, policymakers and tech firms, can tap these role models’ lived experience for insights to learning, studying and working with disability, using tech tools as an equaliser in today’s connected society.
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