A Handbook on Mainstreaming Disability
This handbook aims to give practical guidance to support development organizations to mainstream disability into their work. It is primarily intended for Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) programmes, but could be useful to other development actors interested in mainstreaming disability, such as NGOs, government and donors.
Access for All – A Resource Manual for Meeting the Needs of One-Stop Customers with Disabilities
The intent of this manual is to serve as a training and staff development tool for enhancing the ability of One-Stop Systems to meet the needs of customers with disabilities, and also as a reference work for ongoing use “as needed” in serving people with disabilities. There are significant efforts made to enhance the usability of this manual as a reference work, with a detailed table of contents, index, and dividers. Also this manual is produce in a three-ring binder, so that One-Stop systems can add additional materials concerning local resources and services, making this manual even more useful for the user.
Accessibility – Disability and the Law
The Rights of Disabled Persons Law Number 20 of 2017 (the “Law”), effective from 30th August 2017, repeals and replaces the previous law issued in 2007. The Law introduces a robust legislation offering rights and protection to disabled persons in education, healthcare and workplace, amongst other things. It also emphasizes the importance of raising public awareness of the rights of the disabled. In order for the disabled persons with long-term incapacity to enjoy the protections and rights granted by the Law, they must be Jordanian citizens and obtain an “identification card” that encompasses personal identification as well as details pertaining to the disability, its nature and degree.
Capturing the Difference We Make_Community-Based Rehabilitation Indicators Manual
This manual contains indicators capable of capturing the situation of people with disability who live in a community where Community-based Rehabilitation (CBR) is implemented. It provides a simple, brief and intuitive guide to selecting appropriate indicators and collecting data to inform them. Additional information is also provided on how to manage this data, including calculating percentages, displaying results and generating meaningful conclusions.
Chapter 526 Children with Disabilities Commmunity Services Program (CDCSP)
This chapter sets forth the Bank Management System (BMS) eligibility and reimbursement requirements for services provided to eligible West Virginia (WV) Medicaid members under the Children with Disabilities Community Services Program (CDCSP). The policies and procedures set forth herein are the regulations governing the provision of services under the Children with Disabilities Community Services Program of the Medicaid Program administered by the Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR) under the provisions of Title XIX of the Social Security Act and Chapter 9 of the WV Code.
Code of Practice on Managing Disability in the Workplace
This code has been drawn up to guide employers – be they large, medium-sized or small enterprise, in the private or public sector, in developing or highly industrialized countries – to adopt a positive strategy in managing disability-related issues in the workplace. While this code is principally addressed to employers, governments play an essential role in creating a supportive legislative and social policy framework and providing incentives to promote employment opportunities for people with disabilities. Moreover, the participation and initiative of people with disabilities is important for the code to be achievable.
Dictionary of Terms Used in the Field of Learning Difficulties
This is a new edition from the research and development educational center. The dictionary of terms used in the field of learning difficulties is placed at the disposal of researchers and teachers with the aim of unifying the terms used in the field of learning difficulties and psychological disorders found in school students in all learning stages. When the terms and concepts are unified, everyone will be able to understand and communicate in a language that is grasped by all the concerned teachers, researchers and specialists in diagnosing and treating difficulties and disorders that the students and children with disabilities suffer from.
Disability and Access to Information
This report looks at some of the ways that access to information can help persons with disabilities achieve their rights–and ways in which barriers to information can totally undermine their rights. It uses Lebanon as a case study. Lebanon has signed the CRPD but not yet ratified it–although its existing international commitments require it to make information accessible to persons with disabilities.
Disability Inclusion Annual Report 2019
UNRWA currently has up to 5.5 million Palestine refugees registered in all its five fields of operation in Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, West Bank (including East Jerusalem) and Gaza. Approximately 15 per cent of the global population is living with a disability, which implies that, at least, 839,632 Palestine refugees with disabilities are under UNRWA programmes. However, this figure may go up in humanitarian contexts due to its associated vulnerabilities, as is the case with UNRWA beneficiaries. Disability inclusion is at the heart of UNRWA programmes and services. In fact, persons with disabilities are historically stigmatized and marginalized. This has limited their access to basic services, and participation in the mainstream of life on an equal basis with others. Disability is closely linked to poverty.
Disability Inclusive Development Toolkit
As an organization committed to learning, CBM is continually on a journey to improve our practice of disability-inclusive development. This toolkit helps meet this commitment. Disability-inclusive development and its practice is an organizational wide commitment, and so this toolkit has been designed to support different audiences. Chapter one provides materials for staff induction; chapter two focuses on support for managers; chapter three is for staff and partners working in programmes; and chapter four on inclusive training and facilitation.
Disability Rights – Facilitating the Empowerment of People with disability – Unit of Competency CHCDIS007 – Trainer’s Manual – 2016
This resource has been developed by the Australian Human Rights Commission (the Commission) to enable trainers to teach CHCDIS007 – Facilitate the Empowerment of People with Disability using a disability rights framework and a human rights-based approach. A human rights-based approach is about translating the principles, standards and goals of international human rights law into the policies, practices, and practical realities of everyday life. Human rights principles and standards provide guidance about what should be done to achieve freedom and dignity for all.
Doing Digital Inclusion – Disability Handbook
There are around 11.9 million disabled people in the UK, many of whom face barriers to getting online, meaning specialist knowledge and tools can be required to help them access all the benefits the internet has to offer. This handbook outlines some of those barriers, and offers advice and resources for those already delivering digital skills who would like to better support disabled people, and disability support organizations wishing to offer digital inclusion activities for the first time.