by Sharon Hope Irwin • 192 pages
WITH LOTS OF ANECDOTES, here are stories based on evidence—of the joy, frustration, and willpower that Canadians have put into including children with mental and physical disabilities into full, mainstream child care.
Ten child care directors from across Canada detail their vision of full inclusion, the challenges they've faced, and strategies they have developed for survival. They speak to us directly and without flinching. They provide warnings, guidance, and encouragement in a struggle that has no guarantee of victory.
Inclusion Voices is an accessible book that will be of particular value to practitioners, directors, government, parents, and people in related fields.
ALSO AVAILABLE IN FRENCH: Les voix de l'intégration