12 Basic Rights

The 12 Basic Rights

Disabled people have identified twelve basic rights which, if met, would enable them to fully participate in society.  SCIL is committed to securing these needs, both locally and nationally.

  • Full Access to our environment.
  • A fully accessible Transport system.
  • Technical Aids – Equipment
  • Accessible/adapted Housing
  • Personal Assistance
  • Inclusive Education and Training
  • An adequate Income
  • Equal opportunities for Employment
  • Appropriate and accessible Information
  • Advocacy (towards self-advocacy)
  • Counselling
  • Appropriate and Accessible Heath Care Provision

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