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Inclusion

The concept of inclusion emphasizes universal design for policy-oriented physical accessibility issues, such as ease-of-use of physical structures and elimination of barriers to ease of movement in the world, but the largest part of its purpose is transforming traditional norms , prejudices and culture .

Inclusion is a term used by rights based organizations , people with disabilities and other disability rights advocates for the idea that all people should take action to freely, openly accommodate people with disability for accessing services and meeting facilities, for example , by providing ramps and accessible toilets

The inclusive attitude is quite divergent from the prevailing attitude in most countries worldwide. The prevalence of medical model of disability focusing on the physical and mental therapies, medications, surgeries and assistive devices might help to “normalize” the disabled person so that they may have an easier time in their surrounding environment. The attitude of inclusion, which has a lot in common with the social model of disability, alleges that this entire approach is wrong and that those who have physical, sensory and intellectual impairments are automatically put on a much more effective and fulfilling road to a good and complete life if they are valued by society from the outset as totally normal people who just happen to have these extra differences.

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