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Toward a Queer Crip Aesthetic: Dance, Performance, and the Disabled Bodymind
Although contemporary dance and performance has often included disabled people, inclusion typically comes in the form of adapting traditionally non-disabled forms for the disabled body. This practice is most often called ...
Parent-to-Parent support providers: How recruits are identified
Objective To examine selection criteria for Parent‐to‐Parent support parents trained to provide support to other parents of children with disabilities. Method Ten leaders of Parent‐to‐Parent programmes participated ...
Reproductive Citizenship: Experiences of Mothers with Disabilities in Russia
Mothers with disabilities are often excluded from the mothering discourses due to the deeply embedded beliefs about them being unfit for this role. Russia’s reproductive policies that have been promoting higher birth rate ...