Ari Ne’eman joins Ethics Talk to discuss his article, When Disability is Defined by Behavior, Outcome Measures Should Not promote “Passing,” in the July 2021 issue of the Journal, Visibility and Measurability in Health Care.
Read the transcript here and read the full article here.
Ari Ne’eman is a PhD candidate in health policy at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He cofounded the Autistic Self Advocacy Network and served as its executive director from 2006 to 2016. He also served as one of President Obama’s appointees to the National Council on Disability. His current research interests include long-term services and supports, bioethics, and disability policy.
Recorded July 16, 2021
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