Opening Doors booklet - ChineseThis document is available in English as well as in languages other than English. Links to the multilingual resources can be accessed further below.
Title: Opening Doors booklet - Chinese (PDF file - 395 KB) (Links to English resource)
Summary: At MDAA we do advocacy. This means we work together with people with disability, families, and the community to promote, protect and secure the rights and interests of people from a non-English speaking background (NESB) with disability and their families and carers in NSW. This booklet contains What are the common myths and beliefs about disability in China and other Chinese communities? How we treated people with disability in the past Were there any events that changed attitudes towards people with disability? Has the language we use to talk about people with disability changed? Are there any differences in the way city and country people respond to disability? What services are there for people with disability? What role do families play in caring for people with disability? What does the community know about the rights of people with disability? How has this changed over the years? Web Sites used in writing this document What is Disability? What support can people with disability get? How to find out more about services for people with disability
Organisation: Multicultural Disability Advocacy Association of NSW
Target audience: General
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