Authors: Christopher Liuzzo and John O'Brien
The history of disability is also a history of professional prejudice against the families of disabled people. Even when professionals believe they are working towards inclusion or adopting person-centred practices it is all too easy for these prejudices to emerge - but now dressed in the latest clothes.
This short paper helps those committed to the proper use of person-centred planning to ensure they enter into respectful dialogue with families and it calls for a deeper understanding of the forces that undermine inclusion for all of us.
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What Can We Do With Those Families? © Christopher Liuzzo and John O'Brien 2021.
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