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Friday, November 22 • 9:30am - 10:20am
Defining Accessibility in the Lives of People with Intellectual Disability: Contributions to an International Tapestry of Voices

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*Recipient of the 2019 MCEC Professional of the Year Award*

Individuals with intellectual and developmental disability were invited to participate in an international quilt project to share their opinions of what 'access' means to them. In this presentation we will share finding from the Massachusetts contingent of this project and discuss ideas for using quilt-based art to discuss inclusion and access other educational settings.

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Maria Paiewonsky

Program Director, Institute for Community Inclusion
Maria Paiewonsky is a program manager and transition specialist at the Institute for Community Inclusion. She also serves as Director of the Massachusetts Transition Leadership Initiative, a personnel preparation program that prepared Master’s Level Transition Specialists at the... Read More →



Friday November 22, 2019 9:30am - 10:20am EST
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