Social Role Valorisation (SRV) is a social science framework that underpins the work of Resourcing Inclusive Communities. It helps us understand human relationships and the life experience of marginalised people, and why people with disability are devalued. It is based on the idea that, within any given society, some attributes and by association some people, are valued more highly than others. The roles that people have are valued differently too.
Valued roles are the key to the good things of life for everyone. When we have work, community, civic, relationship and recreational roles we have opportunity to meet people, develop our skills and project a positive image of ourselves with others. Extra effort must be made to assist people with disability into valued roles, so they too can reap the wonderful benefits. The resources on this page will inspire you with examples of the exciting roles of people with disability, as well as how you can take steps to develop roles uniquely tailored to the individual.
Made with Jayde is a micro business that combines Jayde Baker’s passion for food, love of making things and desire to personally contribute to the local community. The Bendigo Bickie is one of Jayde’s most recent and favourite food products. Learn more on the "Made with Jayde" Facebook page. (Opens in new window)