Disability is extremely diverse. While some health conditions associated with disability result in poor health and extensive health care needs, others do not. However, all people with disability have the same general health care needs as everyone else, and therefore need access to mainstream health care services. Article 25 of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) reinforces the right of persons with disability to attain the highest standard of health, without discrimination.

The Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities reinforces and strengthens protection for persons with disabilities in relation to health and rehabilitation. It recognizes that persons with disabilities have the right to the highest attainable standard of health and that State parties must recognize that right without discrimination on the basis of disability (Art. 25) and further guarantees the right of persons with disabilities toaccess rehabilitation services of all kinds (Art. 26). Moreover, the Convention recognizes the right of persons with disabilities to access, within their communities, a range of in-home, residential and other support services (Art. 19.)

1. To ensure that persons with disabilities are reasonably accommodated in the context of health care services, and

2. To advocate for accessibility more generally to health care services.

3. Training and supporting educators of people with disabilities to address misconceptions and strengthen access to comprehensive sexual reproductive health

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