Access to the Heart: If Tina Descolada had Her Way in Nepal...

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In 2011 my friend, Brazilian psychologist Marta Alencar, visited Nepal.
She has a project that introduces people to mobility impairments in a unique way. Marta created an imaginary character named Tina Descolada who is a doll in a wheelchair. (http://www.tinadescolada.blogspot.com.br/) 
Sh also created a heartfelt slideshow for me to include in some of my presentations next week. You will find it here: 
 http://www.slideshare.net/srains/imagining-a-wheelchairaccessible-nepal-with-tina-descolada

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