Social Inclusion

Continued focus on people with the greatest need in terms of social inclusion, communication, early intervention (habilitation and rehabilitation), mobility and access.  Work for the “right benefit for the right people at the right cost”.  What works for the well-being of disabled people works for the well-being of society.  

Why the contribution is important

People with the greatest need often miss out owing to their invisibility.  Families and charities pick up the slack but this is patchy especially once significant others pass on.

by Don on November 29, 2018 at 03:42PM

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