Vol. 2, Issue 2 (2017)
Service provision of the differently abled children through social inclusion
Author(s): Tarak Nath Bhunia
Abstract: Social inclusion is an important goal for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, families, service providers, and policymakers; however, the concept of social inclusion remains unclear, largely due to multiple and conﬂicting deﬁnitions in research and policy. Social inclusion is a right as well as a goal of community-based services and supports. This paper identified Preventing Social Exclusion through different service Provision of Differently Abled Children and their Families. A narrative approach to synthesize the findings. Current directions in service development and delivery are importantly being shaped by the implementation of existing disability discrimination legislation, and with reference to children’s rights.