By Janet Klees: (2005)

Our Presence Has Roots

  • Our Presence Has Roots updates the Deohaeko story and provides thoughtful detail about the fundamental principles and values that have guided the processes for people with disabilities to live well in their own homes and communities. The book serves as an essential read for anyone striving to be with people who otherwise would be marginalised.

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