The Lived Experience of Disability

Event Start Date: September 10, 2013 - 6:00 PM EDT
Event End Date: September 10, 2013 - 7:00 PM EDT

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This is the second webinar in Webinar Series #1, “Leading Healthcare Practices and Training: Defining and Delivering Disability-Competent Care”.

This is the second webinar in Webinar Series #1, “Leading Healthcare Practices and Training: Defining and Delivering Disability-Competent Care.” The objective of this webinar is to describe the lived experience of disability to the audience, including:

  1. Common barriers faced by persons living with disabilities
  2. Disability culture and awareness
  3. The language of disability-competent care: participant, people with disabilities (vs. “handicapped”)
  4. Understanding how disability-competent care and person-centered care differs from standard health care delivery.

Presenters included June Isaacson Kailes, Mary Lou Breslin and Christopher Duff.

 

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