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Old 02-11-2012, 02:59 PM
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Confused 031 positive outcomes. Medical or social model

Hello l am new to this forum and so far have found it very helpful. I have recently started my level 3 and am really struggling. My mind has gone blank on the questions below. Can anyone please help? I have put what model l think it is bt am really struggling with the explanation

From the list below, candidates will identify which statements represent the social model of disability and
which represent the medical model of disability. Give reasons.


1). ĎIf heís in a wheelchair, Iím sorry we will not be able to take him to the farm visit, we are going in staff cars and we just c anít doit!í

Medical model- He is not being taken on the trip as he is in a wheelchair and doesnít fit in with the others that are going. He is being left behind due to his disability


2). All staff have learnt makatoní so we will be able to find the best way of communicating with Jane, donít worry!í

Social Model-


3). Iím sorry but our staff donít have the training to administer the medication so we will be unable to give your child a place at the nursery.

Medical model-
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Old 02-12-2012, 07:36 AM
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Please can anyone help me out?
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you clearly know your models - you just have to explain how the medical model views disability as the problem of the individual whilst the social model views disability as society's problem because of the barriers they put up.
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you clearly know your models - you just have to explain how the medical model views disability as the problem of the individual whilst the social model views disability as society's problem because of the barriers they put up.
Mrs Noah
Thanks so much for your advice. You made it much clearer and l have gone on to answer the questions (l think) this is the first time l have used the forum and will be using it again. Hopefully l will be able to help others
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