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Inclusion of Children with Disabilities

There's an old saying that we should share the sandbox with everyone, but some kids are being excluded -- because of a lack of accessibility. Dr. Anne Snowdon spoke about her study that looks at how children with disabilities participate in their communities. She is the chair of The University of Western Ontario's International Centre for Health Innovation. Listen audio (runs 6:55)

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