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What is Person Centredness?

Do we really know what being Person Centred means? Is it something that you learn from reading “Person Centred Practice for Dummies” In 2007, Leplege et al., set out to explore Person Centredness from a conceptual and historical perspective. They … Continue reading

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Eating Out with Wheels, Victorian Country Cities and Towns

Phill Jury sent me the following email today. I’m a 60 year old guy with Cerebral Palsy and therefore I’ve been wheelchair bound for over 20 years. Over the past 18 months I’ve written an eateries access guide known as … Continue reading

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Disability Awareness Training – Some thoughts!

What should be in a good training package? We need to look at disability in a holistic way, so that anyone who undertakes this type of training gets a good understanding of the person with a disability and how they … Continue reading

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Is DES stuck in the Eighties?

Why can I still see disability employment organisations promoting the “benefits of employing the disabled” to business and the commodification of the individual? If I’m a business and I’m talking to a DES, then I’m talking to you about your … Continue reading

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