Getting Around to Inclusion
A report from a roundtable on how to make mainstream services inclusive of people with intellectual disability.
All too often, mainstream services – such as health, education and legal services – are not accessible and responsive to the needs of people with intellectual disability.
So CID brought together people with expertise and experience in systemic change to discuss key “drivers for inclusion” and how to make them work for people with intellectual disability.
The report describes 8 key drivers that were identified from the roundtable.
National Roundtable on the Mental Health of People with Intellectual Disability 2018: Communiqué
Disability sector leaders identify how to improve the mental health of people with intellectual disability.
What makes people with disability feel accepted and welcome in their community? Five talented young people tell us…