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Old 06-02-2012, 07:20 PM
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help!!!! im hitting a brick wall with this one fellow practitioners, any ideas to get me started?

explain the social and medical models of disability and the impact of each on practice???

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this is some research they are well known perspectives you need to research them google social model of disability then medical and then read , a lot then think about how you may see it in early years.
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Models of disability provide a framework for understanding the way in which people with impairments experience disability. They also provide a reference for society as laws, regulations and structures are developed that impact on the lives of disabled people. There are two main models that have influenced modern thinking about disability: the medical model and the social model. In the medical model, disabled people are seen as the problem. They need to change and adapt to circumstances (if they can), and there is no suggestion that society needs to change. This model reflects the World Health Organization definition of disability. The social model has been developed by disabled people. In their view disability is caused by the barriers that exist within society and the way society is organised, which discriminates against people with impairments and excludes them from involvement and participation. This model reflects the Union of Physically Impaired Against Segregation.
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