Rehabilitation Studies Handbook / Edition 1

Rehabilitation Studies Handbook / Edition 1

by Barbara A. Wilson
     
 

A valuable resource for all those involved in the care and rehabilitation of people with disability. Integrates the concepts and principles of rehabilitation with good clinical practice.See more details below

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A valuable resource for all those involved in the care and rehabilitation of people with disability. Integrates the concepts and principles of rehabilitation with good clinical practice.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780521437134
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Publication date:
10/28/2003
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
428
Product dimensions:
6.85(w) x 9.72(h) x 0.87(d)

Table of Contents

1. Introduction to rehabilitation D. L. McLellan; 2. Disabled people in society J. Martin; 3. Disability equality training S. Duckworth; 4. Towards a therapeutic alliance model of rehabilitation S. Horn; 5. Rehabilitation education: a learner centred approach C. Coles; 6. Work occupation and disability T. Cantrell; 7. Management in rehabilitation K. Andrews; 8. Research and evaluation in rehabilitation B. A. Wilson; 9. Statistical methods T. N. Bryant and D. Machin; 10. Social policy, disability and rehabilitation C. Glendinning; 11. Principles of the acquisition of sensori-motor skills D. L. McLellan; 12. The management of acquired cognitive disorders B. A. Wilson; 13. Challenging behaviour: helping people with severe brain damage A. Read; 14. Pain S. Horn; 15. The multiply handicapped child E. Bower; 16. The transition to adult life P. J. Lones; 17. Factors specific to disabled elderly people R. Briggs; Index.

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