101 Ways to Make Friends

We were interested in what would happen if we brought together a small group of people who are also interested in the kinds of dynamics that occur when people with disabilities have relationships . . . perhaps particularly with staff, and agencies.   It’s seemed to us that such relationships call for increased aspiration as we become more and more known to each other, and enter into a kind of reciprocity.   The day was facilitated by Susan Stanfield and Avril Orloff and attended by a number of great local leaders and thinkers and friends from Alberta, Washington and New York states.   The graphic recording was done by Avril and Aaron Johannes

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