from Mairs: an experience in “mainstreaming”

Love hopes all things.

There are a lot of wonderful ideals out there being encouraged as answers to the dilemnas of people with disabilities, but often the reality does not match the ideal.  

We must acknowledge experiences that testify that inclusion sometimes does not work in some situations, though it is a good goal.

Here is Mairs’ assessment of a subsidized fishing program for her three special needs children. This is but one experience, but it was a real experience.

To access the post: http://thoughtsfromtheothersideofthemountain.blogspot.com/2009/07/im-just-sayin.html 

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