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Self-Determination and Community Life in Persons with Intellectual Disabilities
Personal self-determination has been understood as being a causal and conscious agent in one’s life free from unnecessary external influence or interference. This has been influential in intellectual disability (ID) discourse ...
Rights to Accommodation in Healthcare: Self-Advocacy Experiences of People with Disabilities
Background – One in 5 people living in the United States have a disability. Even with the existence of civil rights legislation, this large minority group experiences socially constructed barriers to participating in every ...