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Stories of Inclusion: Responding to Visitors with Cognitive, Developmental and Emotional Disabilities

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A group of people stand in a gallery. The image is framed with the following words, "Framing the Conversation. What do we mean when we say that we're responding to visitors with developmental, cognitive, and emotional disabilities? "

In this webcast, accessibility experts and advocates explore the issues, challenges, and successes of addressing the needs and expectations of visitors and families of visitors with cognitive, developmental, and emotional disabilities.

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