Rehabilitation studies handbook [E-Book] / edited by Barbara A. Wilson and D. Lindsay McLellan.
Wilson, Barbara A., (editor)
McLellan, D. Lindsay, (editor)
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1997
1 online resource (x, 415 pages)
englisch
9780511582301
9780521437134
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Table of Contents:
  • 1. Introduction to rehabilitation / D. Lindsay McLellan
  • 2. Disabled people in society / John Martin
  • 3. Disability equality training / Stephen Duckworth
  • 4. Towards a therapeutic alliance model of rehabilitation / Sandra Horn
  • 5. Rehabilitation education: a learner-centred approach / Colin Coles
  • 6. Work, occupation and disability / Ted Cantrell
  • 7. Management in rehabilitation / Keith Andrews
  • 8. Research and evaluation in rehabilitation / Barbara A. Wilson
  • 9. Statistical methods / Trevor N. Bryant and David Machin
  • 10. Social policy, disability and rehabilitation / Caroline Glendinning
  • 11. Principles of the acquisition of sensorimotor skills / D. Lindsay McLellan
  • 12. Management of acquired cognitive disorders / Barbara A. Wilson
  • 13. Challenging behaviour: helping people with severe brain damage / Allan Read
  • 14. Pain / Sandra Horn
  • 15. The multiply handicapped child / Eva Bower
  • 16. The transition to adult life / P. Jane Lones.