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We believe in and follow the social model understanding of disability and the cultural model of Deafness. The aim of this Factsheet is to provide the reader with an introduction to the Social Model of Disability, and an overview of some of its implications for us as Disabled people and society more generally. These models approach disability in very different ways.
Disability Wales aims to promote the understanding, adoption and implementation of the Social Model of Disability throughout Wales. The Social Model of Disability literally saved my life; after I understood what it was about it was my lifeline — it freed me up to be who I am.
The social model of disability
Social model of disability
The social model of disability identifies systemic barriers, derogatory attitudes, and social exclusion intentional or inadvertent , which make it difficult or impossible for individuals with impairments to attain their valued functionings. The social model of disability diverges from the dominant medical model of disability , which is a functional analysis of the body as a machine to be fixed in order to conform with normative values. The social model of disability is based on a distinction between the terms impairment and disability. In this model, the word impairment is used to refer to the actual attributes or lack of attributes that affect a person, such as the inability to walk or breathe independently. The word disability is used to refer to the restrictions caused by society when it does not give equivalent attention and accommodation to the needs of individuals with impairments. As a simple example, if a person is unable to climb stairs, the medical model focuses on making the individual physically able to climb stairs. The social model tries to make stair-climbing unnecessary, such as by replacing the stairs with a wheelchair-accessible ramp.
Social model of disability
Disability is a human reality that has been perceived differently by diverse cultures and historical periods. For most of the 20th century, disability was defined according to a medical model that defines a disability as the result of a physical condition within an individual. In the World Health Organization WHO established a new definition of disability based on human rights or social models. Because of its focus upon individuals, the medial model led to stereotyping and defining people by a condition or their limitations. The social model of disability emerged from the work of the World Health Organization WHO that redefined disability in
The social model of disability proposes that what makes someone disabled is not their medical condition, but the attitudes and structures of society.
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