This is the second half of an interview with Selena Blake, the Director of Emerging Practice and Evidence at the Durham Association of Family Resources and Support (DFRS). In the first half of the interview we review the first four of ten principles of DFRS. You can find that interview here.
Taking a bold, clear and transparent position about your principles is an incredibly powerful thing to do whether you have a loved one with a disability or you work for an organization that supports people with disabilities.
A set of principles can both provide guidance and inspiration to others and also serve as a tool for accountability.
In this episode, Selena and I talk about principles six through ten.
Durham Family Resources and Support has generously agreed to share their copywritten principles with you. You can download the principles!
Leave a comment below your opinion of these principles. Do you share them? Disagree with them? Think that DFRS shouldn’t be so principled? Let’s talk about it! Leave your thoughts in the comments below.
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