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Five-Point Plan for Reforming Disability Supports

Published on 12/10/2007

This paper sets out a five-point checklist to guide the reform of provincial and territorial systems of disability supports – the goods and services that persons with disabilities require to live independently and to participate in communities.  The reform checklist includes the following categories of activity: providing information, easing access to supports, improving delivery, developing a citizen-centred approach and changing the broader context.  The paper presents examples of actions within each of these categories of reform.

ISBN – 1-55382-254-4

Summary

This paper sets out a five-point checklist to guide the reform of provincial and territorial systems of disability supports – the goods and services that persons with disabilities require to live independently and to participate in communities. 

Topic(s)

Disability