This component of the CBR Guidelines focuses on social component. It describes "the role of the CBR is to work with all relevant stakeholders to ensure the full participation of people with disabilities in the social life of their families and communities. CBR programmes can provide support and assistance to people with disabilities to enable them to access social opportunities, and can challenge stigma and discrimination to bring about positive social change." The guideline outlines key concepts, and then presents the core concepts, examples and areas of suggested activities in each of the following five elements: Personal Assistance; Relationships, marriage and family; Culture and arts; Recreation, leisure and sport; Justice. This guideline is useful for anyone interested in social component of CBR
This manual consists of essential guidance and tested strategies for teaching dance to students with disabilities in schools in New York schools. It is a practical resource for dance teachers and other educators who use movement in the classroom
This resource presents strategy on dance and disability. It "identifies areas, barriers and actions that a wide range of individuals and organisations, at all levels of our society, can take part in to instigate change. The call for a Dance Reference Group, to move this strategy forward and monitor development over time, is an important key to success. While the strategy is for dance, it provides a blueprint for how our environment can change in order that disabled people participate in our society more fully"
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This report "addresses the definition and scope of cultural activity by disabled artists, scholars and activists through a range of media (print, video/film, performance and other) in North America and internationally...It makes explicit the implications of cultural activities for different sectors of life in Ontario but also for the global movement of disabled people towards full inclusion"
This book explores the use of music therapy in school and community settings to enhance the development of independent leisure skills with a variety of client populations, including children, adolescents, adults, and the elderly with mental health needs, developmental and learning disabilities, Alzheimer’s disease and other aging-related conditions, substance abuse problems, brain injuries, and physical disabilities
This website presents information about The Envisioning project where women living with disabilities and physical differences took part in arts-based workshops. Project participants created images of disability and difference that challenge the viewer to question the "less than" or "better than" judgments made regarding physical appearance and to explore alternative ideas of disability and difference. The artists’ stories and images are presented, as well as general information about the project
The purpose of this website is to share the work and mission of the Joint Forces Dance Company, which aims to cultivate a 'common ground' to encourage those with and without disabilities to develop creative expression. The company works to eliminate prejudice that may limit cultural and artistic diversity
Source e-bulletin on Disability and Inclusion