What characteristics legally constitute a person with a disability, according to the ADA?
Discussion Questions Chapter 4
How can labels be detrimental to people with disabilities?
What characteristics legally constitute a person with a disability, according to the ADA?
A foundation of person-first philosophy is the belief that each person is unique and that his or her uniqueness is a positive attribute, not a negative one. In your own words, explain what this means.
In what ways is social inclusion an important component of recreation participation for individuals with disabilities?
Discussion questions chapter 4 continued
Identify and discuss the two primary components of a least restrictive environment.
In the story of Phoebe, you learned of two ways to make her environment least restrictive. Identify other ways that would reduce the restrictiveness of her environment.
What suggestions can you provide that could foster a positive attitude toward Phoebe’s participation in her community?
Discussion Chapter 4 questions continued
What effect have the ADA and IDEA had on the inclusion of people with disabilities in community life?
How does the social model of disability differ from the medical model of disability?
How does the ICF support the biopsychosocial model?
How does a strengths-based approach to care promote a person-first philosophy, especially in therapeutic recreation?

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