Friday, April 29, 2016

UM Disability news, 2/29/2016

     Memphis takes on child trauma for lifelong health

New collection coming from Nouwen's writings

Ableism sees deficit to correct, inclusion sees ability:

Midland University professor's book on church and disability

Disabled World: lifespan, chronic illness and mortality

Treating depression is also economically advantageous

"Authenticity is important to me": to us, this is about more than character casting (although that is important);  it is about encouraging and allowing people to to be what God calls them to be, in the church and in society.

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