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Quinn, eds, The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities: European and Scandinavian Perspectives (Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2009) at 8. 31 Ibid. 32 Ibid. at 9. 2 Differences between the medical and social models of disability Medical model Focus on the impairment and the individual Emphasis on clinical and medical diagnosis Emphasis on individual deficits Views the person as the problem that needs to be fixed or cured Medical, psychological and rehabilitative services are the answer Social model Focus on the social context and environment Emphasis on the relationship between the individual and society Emphasis on social barriers Views discrimination, exclusion and prejudice as the problem Ending discrimination and segregation, and removing barriers is the answer which restricts persons with impairments by placing barriers which hinder these persons from fully participating in social life.
Before examining the concept in greater detail, it is important here to note that the origins of the social model are rooted in an understanding of physical disability. Social oppression against physically disabled persons takes the form of a hostile architectural and work environment. Segregation and exclusion from mainstream society is achieved by separate housing institutions or special transport. 29 Union of the Physically Impaired Against Segregation, Policy Statement (1976). pdf>. Intellectual Disability as a Distinct Issue 21 This, however, means that the oppression and segregation of persons with intellectual disability did not form part of the novel analysis and the revolutionary claims the UPIAS was advancing.
In all these categories, the intellectual disability of the person may impede her from making decisions, either simple or complicated, and may even exclude her from a fulfilling life. In this sense, the question emerges of what is required to allow 30 Issues in Human Rights Protection of Intellectually Disabled Persons the person to flourish as an individual, and secure more choice and protection for her. If the person’s disability consists of limited, impaired or no autonomy, and autonomy is a prerequisite for effective participation in social and professional life, it follows that the missing autonomy of the person must be upheld or fostered by state action in order for the person to be able to exercise choice.