Dialogue Social Enterprise Employs the Disabled to Lead Presentations

By: Elise Ying-Hei Ho - Published: Mar 9, 2013 • References: dialogue-se
Dialogue Social Enterprise employs disabled individuals as guides in specially tailored exhibits to demonstrate that although they may be impaired in one way or another, they are still capable of employment.

Each exhibit is guided by an individual whose particular impairment is advantageous to them. For example, one of the three exhibits, Dialogue in the Dark, is led by someone who is visually impaired, requiring the visitors to follow the lead of someone whose sight is weaker than their own. By doing so, guests are also forced to experience the exhibit through their other senses, which are consequently heightened due to their temporary sight impairment. Other exhibits include Dialogue with Time and Dialogue with Silence.

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