A venue for paid practitioners, faculty, and families from across Canada to discuss the work of supporting students with developmental disabilities. That is, to discuss how to support students so that their education is equitable and coherent with that of any other student striving to get the most out of their post-secondary education, related career development, and community engagement.
Blog describes how limiting students with disabilities to curriculum that is based on instructional level has significant negative consequences for students. The author uses the concept of relevancy to highlight the importance of including students with developmental disabilities. When students with developmental disabilities have access to the broader curriculum they are able to engage with content that is relevant to their peers and the broader society. This engagement shifts perceptions and build connections through shared experience.