A Quarter-Century of Normalization and Social Role by Robert J. Flynn, Raymond Lemay

By Robert J. Flynn, Raymond Lemay

During the overdue Nineteen Sixties, Normalization and Social function Valorization (SRV) enabled the common emergence of neighborhood residential thoughts after which supplied the philosophical weather during which academic integration, supported employment, and group participation have been capable of take company root. This ebook is exclusive in tracing the evolution and impression of Normalization and SRV over the past quarter-century, with a few of the bankruptcy authors in my view concerned with a still-evolving overseas movement.

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S. Eliot. Reading in a group, compared to reading alone, can help one attain richer interpretations and deeper understanding. Thanks to this experience, I was invited, in 1952, by a professor in Stockholm to take part in an experimental two-week session in group dynamics at an isolated Folk High School near the Norwegian border, with about 20 young scholars from other Swedish universities. The procedure was as follows. Groups of four were assigned tasks to solve and present in writing within 24 hours.

I thus put my group dynamics experience to 3 REFUGEES In November 1956, the Hungarian revolution was crushed by Soviet tanks and troops. Almost 200,000 refugees crossed the border into Austria. Late one evening, I got a telephone call from the secretarygeneral of the Swedish Red Cross, just back from Vienna, where he had been put in charge of Red Cross 20 FORMULATING THE NORMALIZATION PRINCIPLE frequent use. Yet the Austrian guards used to ask me: "What are they doing? " (Later in life, when organizing meetings for persons with intellectual disabilities, I was going to hear the same complaints again.

Their disabilities were not unknown to them, although their future was, despite their having often hidden hopes. It was really important for them to become adult, be respected, be seen and understood, and have the same right to self-determination as everyone else. The common concerns of the leading organizations for people with disabilities, including those who were blind, deaf, or physically disabled, were for social improvements, such as better labor-market opportunities, transportation, and technical aids for use in the home, on the job, or in the community.

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