The State of the World's Children 2013: Children with Disabilities
This web page educates service providers and policy-makers about inclusion of children with disabilities in society. It uses testimonials of children with disabilities accompanied by data to inform policy and program decisions. It advocates fundamentals of inclusion to change attitudes and focus on ability, including support for children and their families, community-based rehabilitation, assistive technology, and universal design. Other topics include the provision of inclusive health and education, protection and humanitarian response, measuring child disability, and an agenda for action. The web page features links to download PDFs of the full 164-page report, corrections and updates, and the Executive Summary, as well as photos and videos, statistics, graphics, and related essays.
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