Drs. Gunnar And Rosemary Dybwad on Pioneering Parents
On February 4, 1987, Ed Skarnulis, with the Minnesota Department of Human Services, interviewed Drs. Rosemary and Gunnar Dybwad for the Minnesota Council on Developmental Disabilities and the University of Minnesota on their experiences in the field of developmental disabilities. Over the decades their work in the area of civil rights furthered the cause of people with developmental and other disabilities, long before the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
- "How did you two get involved in this field?"
- Pioneering Parents: "Who were some of the early leaders?"
- Self-Advocates on the March
- "Address the challenges for the Parent Movement"
- "What do you see for the future of the ARC?"
- "Talk about some of the international Parent Movements"
- "Is there an initiative to engage internationally?"
- Comments on Aversive Conditioning