Words Matter: Using Appropriate Words and Communication With Meaning.
Appropriate words and communication with meaning is a book on how to talk write and interact with persons living with disabilities. Often persons living with disabilities are overlooked by unconscious injustice, as attitudinal barriers take root instead of noticing the person first. Learn how to choose words more meaningful while addressing the person, and not the disability. The information within is intended to raise awareness regarding the many facets of disability, how to include people, with disabilities while omitting behavioral obstacles, making all social situations inclusive for persons living with disabilities and health related illnesses.
Reflections on The Spiritual Journey of Caregivers
This book is comprised of collections of inspiring, uplifting stories by family members of loved ones who have experienced the challenges and lessons of caring and giving.
Our Editor – Carol Powell is a wonderful inspirational person who has dedicated this book to all caregivers everywhere. She is a licensed and ordained minister at the Gethsemane Baptist Church in Newport News, VA where the Reverend Dr. Dwight Riddick is Senior Pastor.
After reading this book, I am certain you will be inspired and encouraged and blessed by the stories shared within.
Disability Etiquette Matters
Learn how to address issues of diversity in all levels. While diversity includes people with disabilities, they are often overlooked and unconscious injustice occurs when one is confronted in communication and inclusion. The proper rules of etiquette in addressing, speaking and interacting with people with disabilities have been put together in a way to omit the fear factor. Disability Etiquette Matters is comprised of stories about actual persons living with disabilities on rules, suggestions and advice on how people with disabilities are the best guide in educating society of matters affecting their daily lives. Also by Ellen L. Shackelford, “Where Did She Go?” An essay – In Reflections on The Spiritual Journey of Caregivers, Editor, Carol Powell.
Beyond Disability Etiquette Matters
Is a workbook that talks about the matters of importance in the lives of young people who have been unconsciously taken for granted as talented, worthy, valuable and good decision makers despite their disability; it focuses on matters of youth and young adults living with disabilities and addresses what types of issues they face on a daily basis, and how they choose to deal with the obstacles. It captures their thoughts, emotions and their words about what it is like to live with a disability and their desire to be included in social situations like everyone else. More information can be found at: www.beyonddisabilityetiquettematters.com
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