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Disability and Health and Social Care
Disability and Health and Social Care
A variety of health and social care services are available to individuals with disabilities. This article discusses assessment, disability benefits and registering as…...
Disability Discrimination and the Law
Disability Discrimination and the Law
Discrimination based on disability still exists in the UK, but there are many laws protecting the rights of individuals living with disabilities....
Disability Discrimination and Your Rights
Disability Discrimination and Your Rights
Disability discrimination, or the second-class treatment of individuals living with physical, mental and/or emotional disabilities, is unfortunately still a facet of…...
Equipment for Inclusion of Disabled People
Equipment for Inclusion of Disabled People
The Disability Discrimination Act of 1995 and Part M of the UK Building Regulations work together to require buildings which are for public use or access to be made…...
Explaining a Disability in the Classroom
Explaining a Disability in the Classroom
Explaining a disability in the classroom can be a great way to quickly and easily convey information and answer questions. If you are considering this kind of action…...
Glossary of Ability and Disability Terms
Glossary of Ability and Disability Terms
Discussions of physical, mental, emotional, learning, developmental and acquired disabilities can become murky with technical words, jargon and acronyms. This article…...
How to Confront Disability Discrimination
How to Confront Disability Discrimination
Discrimination against individuals with disabilities is both inappropriate and illegal, but sadly it does still occur. Confronting individuals about their thoughts and…...
Promoting Disability Awareness
Promoting Disability Awareness
Promoting disability awareness requires consistent effort and continuous creativity to hold the attention of everyone involved. Formal training, literature, dedicated…...
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