Allowing people with disabilities into regular schools, jobs and the community is known as mainstreaming. This successful approach is demonstrated in "Regular Lives," narrated by Martin Sheen. The lives of children with disabilities are shared in activities with typical children playing and working together. The benefits to those with disabilities become immediately obvious. This program provides a model for parents, teachers, and communities interested in obstacles, strategies and goals of mainstreaming as a way to integrate people with disabilities into the ordinary routines of living.
Video, 30 minutes
Produced by State of the Art, Inc.
Distributed by PBS Video, 1994.
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