Community Rehabilitation in Neurologyby Michael P. Barnes, Harriet Radermacher
Pub. Date: 05/01/2003
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Examining the growth trend towards community rehabilitation in neurology, this book is directed towards all clinicians involved with neurorehabilitation. The study analyzes community rehabilitation needs from diverse international perspectives that include the views of disabled people, rehabilitation clinicians and service providers. Many examples of community rehabilitation plans are presented, and supplemental case studies highlight the main issues. Chapters also cover the disabled child in the community and neuropsychological rehabilitation.
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Table of Contents1. Background to community neurological rehabilitation; 2. Neurological rehabilitation - basic principles and models of delivery; 3. Models of disability; 4. Concepts of community; 5. The views of disabled people; 6. Outcome measures and research in the community; 7. Evidence base for community neurological rehabilitation; 8. Lessons from the south; 9. Other aspects of community neurological rehabilitation; 10. Community rehabilitation in childhood: concepts to inform practice Peter Rosenbaum and Mary Law; 11. Neuropsychological rehabilitation in the community Pamela Klonoff, David Lamb, Steven Henderson, Lauren Dawson, Jennifer Lutton, Jessica Grady and Harold Bialsky; 12. The way forward; Index.
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