In this film shared by Neighbours International, Beth Mount invites us to “see in the dark”.
Beth argues that focused attention can help us see how and why dominant systems confine people to specialized and segregated routines and roles. Then we can act to break the patterns and resist the forces that smother possibility.
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Tom Kohler has spent 40 years connecting citizens of Savannah and shares 5 valuable skills for community building.
Beth Mount and Connie Lyle-O'Brien reflect on lessons learned in moving from institutional models of support to individual person-centered ways of supporting people.
John O’Brien and Connie Lyle-O'Brien explore the complexity of choice for people with developmental disabilities.