Growing Up: Disability and Cultural Dynamics in an Egyptian/American Family

U of Chicago School of Social Service Adminisration

by Christine-Marie Youssef, M.S. Ed, A.M., LSW

from the Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal

To access: Growing Up: Disability and Cultural Dynamics in an Egyptian/American Family  An 11 pp. paper available for download as a PDF.

Christine-Marie Youssef shares her life story as a person with a visual disability. Possessing a Master’s of Science in Education specializing in teaching individuals with visual impairment and blindness and in Vision Rehabilitation Therapy from Northern Illinois University and a Masters of Arts in clinical social work from the University of Chicago’s School of Social Service Administration, her reflections on her experiences provide perspective from both her personal life as well as her professional training and experience.

photo from Heather K. Horton 
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