Presented by Leap and the Centre for Disability Law and Policy, National University of Ireland (NUIG), Galway

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There are most certainly times and circumstances that are challenging to deal with and it is often the case that we are caught unprepared.  It is useful to have a better appreciation of what can enable people to have good lives even in circumstances that may be adverse for them and their allies.

This requires a concentration on employing our strengths and those of others creatively and  using resources within our communities and networks that are largely overshadowed much of the time by an over reliance on money rather than people as a key resource in enabling good lives.

The recognition of what can be mobilized to enrich people’s lives also forces a deeper re-examination on what are the key and enduring ingredients of a good life.  From this can come new priorities and strategies and a strengthened resilience in the face of a decline in the resources we might have formerly relied on.  Service to others can flourish in any time and place but only if we adapt and change.  That adaptation may be for many people and organisations, the most difficult challenge…

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