This handout explains the difference between exclusion, segregation, integration, and inclusion. When developing and implementing programs, inclusion should be the gold standard. To learn how to design an inclusive event or program, visit https://live.wellness4ky.org/.
The Kentucky Inclusive Health Collaborative with the Kentucky Division of Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities hosted a Kentucky Inclusive Health Summit on December 1, 2021. This virtual event was a celebratory culmination of Project CHEER. Over the past five years, CHEER educated, empowered, and established partnerships dedicated to addressing the significant health disparities experienced by individuals with disabilities. The Summit welcomed over 100 registrants to learn about project successes and connect with local, state, and national partners committed to inclusive health. The below graphics capture highlights and key themes from the event.
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Use this worksheet* to create your own SMART goal. It is important to make goals that are:
- Specific: What exactly do I want to achieve?
- Measurable: How will I track my progress and know when I reach my goal?
- Attainable: How can I use what I have to reach this goal?
- Relevant: How will this goal help me reach my long-term goals?
- Time-Based: When will I start working towards this goal and when will I meet it?
To learn more about SMART goals, watch this video – https://youtu.be/yA53yhiOe04
* An example is provided on the second page