Life is richer when you make connections.
Connections with people, with work, or with things you love.
For some people with disability however, connections can be difficult to make.
It can feel lonely. With no-one to hear or to understand, it can be frustrating.
Some people may act a little differently, or do things we’re not used to.
Behaviour is another way of communicating. And if someone isn’t being understood or
included… … they might just feel like giving up altogether.
But we as a community can help people feel included and more involved.
When people feel valued and understood they are more inclined to communicate positively… …and be accepted in the community just
like everyone else. By making an effort to include people with disability…
… in as many ways as possible … … people can form connections of their own.

Active Support – Connecting in the Community
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