Inclusion Works prides itself on the impact of a really well told story. A story when told well has the power to teach the reader something new and something that will stay with them for a long time. The stories shared by the staff of Inclusion Works are a true account of the events that have connected numerous people and communities to each other thus increasing value and not only independence but interdependence. The interdepence of a person to another is a mutual connection whereby they are equally valued by the other. This is the goal of Inclusion Works presence and work in the community. John McKnight, who is a prominent figure in the teaching of and development of Asset Based Community Development expresses how stories are a valuable asset to the building of stronger and better communities.
It is with this in mind that we wish to share with you the stories that capture the benefit of true community inclusion for not only a person with a disability but also their families, the community and other services.
Grab a cuppa, sit back and be prepared to learn about the valuable relationships that can be discovered when people come together and experience the good things of life.