Archive for the Disability Inclusion Category

Disability Inclusive Water, Sanitation and Hygiene In Cambodia

Disability can happen to anyone — knows no gender, chooses no one, may you be in the highest pedestal of the society or one of the common masses, highly intelligent or street smart. People with disability are going through a lot of difficulties and they are putting… Continue Reading Disability Inclusive Water, Sanitation and Hygiene In Cambodia

Disability education should and needs to be fun and interactive

Education should and needs to be interactive and fun, more so, education about disability. There is too much fear and seriousness about disability that it creates barriers for people to learn more about disability – especially with younger adults and children. Every now and then I hear… Continue Reading Disability education should and needs to be fun and interactive

Reflections on Culture and Disability Inclusion – Helen Nixon’s Story

Reflections on Culture and Disability Inclusion – Helen Nixon’s Story

  Reflections on Culture and Disability Inclusion – Helen Nixon’s Story When Huy asked me to write a blog related to my work and disability inclusion, I didn’t know where to start. Should I start with my university degree – my learning in the field of Occupational Therapy… Continue Reading Reflections on Culture and Disability Inclusion – Helen Nixon’s Story