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Dylan Alcott says he missed out on childhood friends. With support, disabled kids today can have a better shot socially

By David Armstrong, Senior Lecturer in Special and Inclusive Education, RMIT University
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Kids with disabilities need support to gain and maintain friendships. But there are benefits for everyone when social inclusion works.The Conversation

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