What are the Six Principles That Underlie Community Inclusion
1. All people with significant disabilities/developmental disabilities belong in the community.
2. People with significant /developmental disabilities should be included into typical neighborhoods, work environments, and community settings. Deserve dignity
3. Support should be given to people with significant/developmental disabilities in families and typical homes in the community.
4. We should encourage the development of relationships between people with significant/developmental disabilities and other people.
5. We should give people with significant/developmental disabilities opportunities to learn
6. Consumers and parents should be involved in the design, operation, and the monitoring of services.
Source: Center on Human Policy, Syracuse University
Note: pg 179 in Psychology of Disability explains how these things have come to being and progressed over the years not mandatory