What topics will you cover?
- The difference between disability and impairment
- The social and medical models of disability
- The classification, labelling and counting of disability
- The history of disability in the Global North
- Disability across the life course
- The intersection between disability and other identities or social categories
- Western and non-western philosophical traditions that inform ideas of a good life
When would you like to start?
What will you achieve?
Who is the course for?
This course is suitable for both beginners and experts wanting to raise their awareness of disability and disability-related issues within a global context. It is appropriate for people with disabilities and their family members, friends and allies; professionals in the care and community service sectors; medical and allied health professionals; educators; built environment professionals; advocates and policy makers; scholars; and lifelong learners.
Thinking through Disability is an appropriate foundation for the course Working with Disability, which looks at disability and its relationship to human rights, access, advocacy and care.
Who will you learn with?
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