Identity: A Key To Inclusion
Social inclusion is difficult for some children. Social inclusion for special needs children and adults is a key issue if we are to be an 'inclusive' society and follow the DFEE guidelines in our education system. A doctoral study by Dr J Davies outlines the issues for social inclusion and suggests factors which enable or disable inclusion. The study can be found in the British Library under the following title:
Issues Of Selfhood: Identity And Inclusion In Relation To Children With Special Educational Needs: An In-Depth Qualitative Study
Click <b><a href="http://www.socialinclusionservices.tk" Title="Social Inclusion Services">here</a></b> for the abstract of this study.
Dr Davies is available for consultation in social institutions either in a <b><a href="http://www.counsellorinmilfordonsea.tk" Title="Counsellor In Milford-On-Sea">counselling</a></b> role with individuals who find inclusion difficult or for seminars and workshops to help those who wish to help individuals include. Please feel free to use the guest book and other features of this site to ask questions and discuss this difficult issue. Further details can be found by following this <b><a href="http://www.socialinclusionservices.tk" Title="Social Inclusion Services">link</a></b>