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Action Implications, U.S.A. Today
We are finding increasingly that special grouping of retardates is not always necessary in order to meet special service needs. Thus, we are gradually moving away from the traditional concept of special education via segregation, and toward a concept of special education which utilizes to the maximum possible extent regular public school and other educational services, and which provides special instruction to meet special needs with a minimum of segregation....
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Title: Action Implications, U.S.A. Today
From: Changing Patterns in Residential Services for the Mentally Retarded
Creator: Gunnar Dybwad (author)
Date: January 10, 1969
Format: Government Document
Publisher: President's Committee on Mental Retardation, Washington, D.C.
Source: Available at selected libraries
Location: ch.17, pp.385-428
Keywords: Abuse; Advocacy; Architecture; Children; Civil Liberties & Rights; Civil Rights; Cognitive Disability; Deinstitutionalization; Denmark; Economics; Education; Educational Institutions; Employment; Family; Government; Group Home; Gunnar Dybwad; Housing; Human Rights; Institutions; Laws & Regulation; Medication; Medicine; Medicine & Science; Mental Retardation; Neglect; Normalization; Parenting; Policy; President's Committee On Mental Retardation; Segregation; Social Welfare & Communities; Special Education; Sweden; The Arc; Wolf Wolfensberger
Topics: Government, Policy & Law; Institutions, Organizations & Corporations; Social Movements & Advocacy

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