“Nothing About Us Without Us “has become synonymous with disability rights, the call by individuals with disabilities to be heard in matters that concern them and for full and equal access to all aspects of society. It is a call that I have paid attention to in my work as a teacher and an early childhood interventionist and used it to guide my practice.

As a researcher, seeking to understand a phenomenon, or to search for the many possible answers to a research question, I have attempted to listen to the voices of all the participants. In my area, this is usually children and in particular children with disabilities.

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