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Although that seems to be a far more enlightened perspective, I still have serious concerns about it because professionals mistakenly equate functioning level with quality of life and that may not be what’s going on for some folks. ’ Michael: This is a very mainstream view. What are your concerns with that way of thinking? Norman: If you think about it, non-disabled people often don’t equate the quality of their own lives with their ability to function in a certain way, so why apply it differently to people with disabilities?
44 Heidi Safia Mirza Many ‘top down’ schemes such as Widening Participation have been put in place to remedy the class bias in higher education. These schemes focus on motivating Black and working-class students to come in with the promises of access and support as the mechanism for change. But what about the cultural context of learning in ethnic communities? What about the complex interrelationship of educational desire linked to increasing debt? The issues are structural not cultural. You may want the Golden Fleece, but now it is more illusive than ever.
1 Leaving hospital Whyteleafe House Whyteleafe House was the same as St Lawrence’s, the only difference is that it was a house. It was still a big place. You still had 50 people. It was all women. I shared a room with six others. Whyteleafe House used to be for people what used to go out to work, they didn’t take anybody else. ’ That’s how I got to go to Whyteleafe House. The hospital used to bring me in the car and they used to take me back to Whyteleafe in the car. I lived at Whyteleafe House, they used to pick me up at the house and take me to the hospital for the day.