In Unison: A Canadian Approach to Disability Issues: MP43-390/1998E
A Vision Paper
This vision paper is a government blueprint that will enable persons with disabilities to participate in all aspects of Canadian society. It explains the challenges faced by persons with disabilities in six appendices, and proposes policy direction to maximize their independence and enhance their well-being. The paper recommends full citizenship through three building blocks: disability supports (requirements for daily living), employment (training and employment), and income support (safety nets). It also covers values, principles and accountability and sets directions for future reforms.
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|Department/Agency||Human Resources Development Canada|
|Title||In Unison: A Canadian Approach to Disability Issues|
|Subtitle||A Vision Paper|
|Other Language Editions||Other Language Editions: [French]|
|Dimensions||28cm x 21cm|
|Number of Pages||49|
|Departmental Catalogue Number||SP-113-10-98E|
|Weekly Checklist Number||99-01|
|Subject Terms||Subject Terms: Disabilities|
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