Accommodation is NOT Inclusion

Too often we convince ourselves that making structural changes to meet an individual's needs is all it takes to become an inclusive community. Physical, academic and other accommodations are necessary to ensure that people with disabilities have full access and can succeed, to be sure, but such changes are not sufficient in and of themselves to deem a community inclusive.

Join me for a conversation called "Accommodation is NOT Inclusion" at Temple Shalom in Aberdeen, New Jersey on Monday, March 30. The program is free of charge and open to the community.

Lisa Friedman at Temple Shalom, Aberdeen; Removing the Stumbling Block

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