Roles and Responsibilities

Building trust

Learn who they are a person, interests, hobbies, music, etc…

Changing yourself to adapt to their learning style

Accepting who they are

Use of proper language; People first


It is our responsibility to have a understanding of our own disabilities, what we are good at what we are not so good at, what are stressors are, and how to calm down, and knowing our take a break moments.

Capacity to deal with negative attitudes, with strength

Keep a respectful manner when working with sensitive situations, such as bathing, lifting, toileting

Helping with dreams, goals, and aspirations without judgement, and instead of thinking about how barriers will hold them back, think instead of how to break down those barriers

Disability is not inheritably Bad

- Helping every person to become as independent as possible, and respecting their wishes

- Classroom inclusion

- Keeping an open mind, willing to change

- No student should be excluded or discriminated against on grounds of race, colour, sex, language religion, political or other opinion, national ethnic or social origin, disability, birth, poverty, or other status

Social Justice

- Changing the negative perception media can present

- Breaking down stereotypes

- All people are entitled to equal opportunities

- Enhance the lives of children, and adults with disabilities.

- Find, and support inclusive activity groups

- Inclusive community's benefit the whole community

- Deserve full legal rights

- Closing institutions

- Advocating an individuals rights when they cannot advocate for themselves


Jeffrey Preston

“A true friend knows your weaknesses but shows you your strengths; feels your fears but fortifies your faith; sees your anxieties but frees your spirit; recognizes your disabilities but emphasizes your possibilities.” William Arthur Ward