1. Introduction 3
2. Aim of this report 4
3. Definitions an legislations 5
4. Disability Right Commission as formal body to help people
in their rights 6
4.1 Education, employment and health and social care 7
5. Social community, local authorities and charities relating to
5.1 Local authorities
5.2 Social community
5.3 Charities 8
6. Summary 9
7. Being disability – Summary 2 10
8. Bibliography 11
9. Appendix 12
Our image of disability is usually taken from mass media, unless we have personal experience of it. These images used to describe disability people can be more awful, “crippling” for them than their physical or mental condition, and can be obscure and deform than communicate the truth, reality truth.
For years disabled people knows what it is like to be ignored on any conversation when they was a third person. “Normal” people speak to each other and refer to the third person only in passing. Only by the table by the meal time someone, sometimes asking about what disabled people need.
People with... [continues]
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