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Aging and Disabilities
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Grabs the attention of the general public, as well as service providers, government agencies, policymakers, and advocates. This poster speaks to issues facing adults with disabilities in their day-to-day life with such statement as, “Let me be the one who asks for support,” “Try to understand my point of view,” “Know that my behavior may be trying to tell you what I can’t” and “Remember it’s my life.” 16""x21""
This poster is an attractive addition to the walls of a physician’s office and is informative for both medical and dental professionals and patients with disabilities. Some examples of messages include, “Don’t be scared of me,” “I can’t understand you when you talk so fast,” “Just because I have an intellectual disability doesn’t mean I don’t know anything,” and “I have the right to say NO.” Send one to your doctor...
Offers specific ideas and suggestions on how support staff can be most respectful and helpful to those they are supporting. Ideas include, “Teach me-don’t do it for me,” “Explain things in a way I can understand,” “Understand all people have a bad day” and “Treat me like an adult.” 16""x21""
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It is designed to assist the aging primary caregiver in seeking and getting the support that they need. Some parents believe they need to take full responsibility for their family and decide not to accept help from others. Parents of sons/daughters with disabilities need to reach out and find supports for themselves too. When a parent seeks out support for themselves this often results in direct or indirect benefits for their...
The item is sold in a bulk quantity of 10 per order.
This folder is designed to be a tool to prompt and assist families in preparing for the future. It is important to plan for the future for our family members with disabilities when the parents, siblings and/or primary...
Contents: Practical steps and strategies towards the attainment of valued roles and relationships through the stages of (1) Getting To Know You, (2) Developing A Vision, (3) Getting Connected, and (4) Cultivating Relationships. Includes interactive educational activities for trainers of community builders, and “Paper Tools” to aid the community building process. Spiral-bound. 104 pp.