how the world is changed A Book Review by Leighton Jay – “Getting to Maybe” by Frances Westley, Brenda Zimmerman and Michael Quinn Patton (2006, Random House: Canada) I first read this book in 2009. I have re-read it a […] » Continue Reading How the world is changed
in a landscape of choice and control, whose voice makes the choice? People whose lives are characterised by challenges associated with complex disabilities are among the most marginalised citizens in many developed countries. The rights and opportunities to make or participate […] » Continue Reading In a landscape of choice and control . . .
T h e s p a c e s i n b e t w e e n by Leighton Jay © 2015 Space is like a negative presence Always there, right near us. But we rarely notice it And […] » Continue Reading The Spaces in Between
The slides from the November 2015 Perth Forum on ‘Claiming Full Citizenship’ summarise the learning by people who went to the Vancouver Conference of the same name. They also summarise the major suggestions for action from discussions about the application of this […] » Continue Reading Perth Forum Slides
The November 2015 Perth Forum on ‘Claiming Full Citizenship’ enabled people who went to the Vancouver Conference of the same name to share what they learned with people in WA. This short document links to a limited number of resources that were made […] » Continue Reading Perth Forum Resources