photo VideoGuide to (dis)Ability Awareness
By Richard Lambert
The Idea Bank

This video offers an outstanding orientation to the human side of the Americans with Disabilities Act, for staff training and public education. It deals with ways to be comfortable in activities with people who are disabled, to interact effectively with people who have communications disabilities such as blindness or hearing loss, and to identify and remove unintentional barriers in your organization.

25 minutes
© 1993
Purchase $199 DVD
Order No. QA-106
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"Highly Recommended. An excellent program for increasing staff awareness. Editor's Choice." Video Librarian

Awards & Conference Screenings
CINE Golden Eagle
Freddie Award, Intl. Health & Medical Film Festival

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