Dileo, D. (2007). Raymond's room: Ending the segregation of people with disabilities. St. Augustine, FL: Training Resource Network. (Call Number: 19 .D54)
At the heart of Disability Awareness Month is the desire to end the practice of defining people as their disabilities through eduction and public awareness. Raymond's Room looks at the ways in which people with disabilities are still segregated from the rest of society and why more than ever, disability awareness is needed.
Dale Dileo, author of Raymond's Room, is a well known advocate for people with disabilities and draws upon his 30 years of experience in the field as well as current research to offer a compelling look at the current status of people with disabilities and ways to improve it.
Want to know more? Listen to Mr. Dileo read the introduction to Raymond's Room. Indiana residents who would like to borrow this book can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Not an Indiana resident? Find Raymond's Room at a library near you.