Tag Archives: Disability

Not in Love with AMOUR

Paris. Musicians. Elderly couple. Stroke. Disability. AMOUR (2012) has all the essential elements to become my favorite movie. Ironically, I remain troubled by my tepid reaction 3 weeks after seeing it while most of my friends within and outside of … Continue reading

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Accommodate or Segregate?

We’re putting on a musical about breaking down the wall of segregation in a theater fully-equipped to welcome any patron. We have accessible elevators and ramps, places to “park” wheelchairs, special hearing devices for those who need them. We even … Continue reading

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“Mental Disability”

According to the World Health Organization, disability is a multifaceted concept that encompasses the interplay between personal attributes and environmental factors. Based on the social model, when appropriate modification and support is available, an individual with a different level of … Continue reading

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