‘To Deny or Not to Deny Disability’

I have been a lot of work recently on projects involving disabled people, and whilst trying to explain to someone the differences between the social model and the medical model of disability, it reminded me about a resource that I used to use in my teaching, written by Vic Finklestein, where in a short story (link below), he turns a village upside down, so that wheelchair users are the majority, and a single non-wheelchair user is the exception, and in so doing highlights the Social model of disability brilliantly, an excellent resource for anyone working in this area.

To Deny or Not to Deny Disability

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