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DDLS Spring 2020

Having a Life: Building Social Inclusion for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities


April 17, 2020 - Duration 2 hrs

 

Matthew Bogenshutz, PhD
Associate Professor School of Social Work
Partnership for People with Disabilities
Virginia Commonwealth University
Richmond, VA

 

For most of us, time spent in social activities with friends and family makes for our fondest memories. While we continue to make strides in supporting community life for people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) in many ways, most people with IDD still find it hard to truly become part of the social fabric of their communities. This presentation will explore what we know about how people with IDD are socially included in their communities and examine strategies and promising practices to support people with IDD to truly find a place in our shared social life.

 

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PowerPoint Slides - full page (PDF)

PowerPoint slides - 6 per page (PDF)

Additional Resources Handout DDLS 4-17-20 (PDF)


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