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Belonging / Sheila Hollins, Valerie Sinason and Access All Areas artists, illustrated by Lucy Bergonzi

By: Hollins, Sheila.
Contributor(s): Sinason, Valerie | Bergonzi, Lucy [illustrator] | Access All Areas Artists.
Series: Books Beyond Words. London : Books Beyond Words, 2018Description: 56 pages : colour illustrations : 21 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated ISBN: 9781784580964.Subject(s): INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | SOCIAL ISOLATION | COMMUNITY INTEGRATION | FRIENDSHIPS | PICTURES | ALTERNATIVE COMMUNICATION
Contents:
Belonging. - Loneliness and community. - Drama and resilience exercises. - The MADHOUSE project and the history of social isolation. - Useful resources. - Access All Areas. - Related titles. - Authors and artist. - Acknowledgements. - Beyond Words: publications and training. - How to read this book.
Summary: "Belonging" addresses commonly experienced feelings of loneliness and the struggle to find a place within the community. For some it is an engaging story about two people who form a friendship following a dramatic event. Others will be able to identify with the more complex, troubling emotions and barriers Kali and Tefan experience and the ways that they help each other to open up and feel safe.
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Belonging. - Loneliness and community. - Drama and resilience exercises. - The MADHOUSE project and the history of social isolation. - Useful resources. - Access All Areas. - Related titles. - Authors and artist. - Acknowledgements. - Beyond Words: publications and training. - How to read this book.

"Belonging" addresses commonly experienced feelings of loneliness and the struggle to find a place within the community. For some it is an engaging story about two people who form a friendship following a dramatic event. Others will be able to identify with the more complex, troubling emotions and barriers Kali and Tefan experience and the ways that they help each other to open up and feel safe.

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