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Boston : Pearson Education, c2003
xxi, 346 s. : il. ; 24 cm

ISBN 0-205-37462-X (brož.)
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Contents // Preface xiü Introduction xvii // PART ONE • The Societal Framework 1 // 1 Theoretical Frameworks 3 // Individual Models 4 // Societal Models 9 // The Development of Norms 12 // A Feminist Model of Disability 14 // Stigmas and Other Marks 15 // Chapter Summary 15 // Questions for Thought and Discussion 16 // 2 A Historical Perspective 17 // The Colonial Period and Early Nationhood 18 // The Nineteenth Century 18 // The Early Twentieth Century 21 // The Late Twentieth Century 26 // Chapter Summary 30 // Questions for Thought and Discussion 30 // Contents // The Disability Rights Movement in the Unites States 33 // Early Efforts 33 // The First Advocacy Organization 34 // Precipitating Influences 34 // Ed Roberts and the Centers for Independent Living 38 // Organizing Demonstrations and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 39 // Wade Blank and ADAPT 40 // Other Disability Rights Organizations 40 // The Universal Design Movement 41 // Chapter Summary 41 // Questions for Thought and Discussion 42 // Disability Legislation and the ADA 43 // Federal Laws 44 // State Laws 50 Case Law 50 // Additional Information on Disability Laws 51 // Chapter Summary 51 // Questions for Thought and Discussion 52 // Disability Demographics 53 // Sources of Demographic Information 53 // Americans with Disabilities, 1997 54 // Prevalence of Disability by Age, Sex, Race, and Hispanic Origin, 1997 54 // Employment and Income, as Related to Disability Status, 1997 76 // Census Bureau Data, March
2001 76 // Healthy People 2010 Baseline Data 76 // Chapter Summary 77 // Questions for Thought and Discussion 77 // Contents vii // Part I Summary 79 Part 1 Assignment 79 // PART TWO • The Individual Framework 81 // 6 Disability and Identity Development 83 // Facets of Our Identity 83 Adaptation 84 // Mackelprang and Salsgiver’s Life Stage Development Concept 85 // Disability Identity as a Learned Social Role 89 // Empowering and Normalizing Disability Identity 90 // Rolland’s Three Categories of Disability Identity 92 // Avoidance of Disability Identity 93 // Disability and the Minority Experience 94 // Chapter Summary 94 // Questions for Thought and Discussion 95 // 7 Systems for Grouping Disabilities 97 // National Health Interview Survey: Grouping by Activity Limitation 98 // Disability Statistics Center: Grouping by Causative Condition 99 // Access Unlimited: Grouping by Impairment in Learning and Working 100 // Disability Classifications ((Commonly Used” by Schools 101 // US. Department of Education: Grouping by Frequency of Occurrence 101 // Disability Classifications for Sports Participation in Special Events 101 // Rolland’s Disability Categories: A Typology of Disability 102 // Disability Categories and the Medical Model 103 // Chapter Summary 104 // Questions for Thought and Discussion 105 // • • • Vlil // Contents // 8 Understanding the Disability Experience: Onset, Course, and Outcome 107 // Onset and Beyond 108 // Course 118 // Outcome 122 // Chapter
Summary 123 // Questions for Thought and Discussion 124 // 9 Understanding the Experience of Disability: Living with // Limitations and Stereotypes 125 // Mobility Limitations 126 Limitations Due to Energy Levels 129 // Sensory Limitations 131 Limitations in Communication 137 // Limitations in Reasoning Ability and Mental Functioning 139 // Visibility: A Special Challenge 144 // Chapter Summary 147 // Questions for Thought and Discussion 147 // Part II Summary 149 // Part II Assignment 150 // PART THREE • Skills for Social Work Practice 151 // 10 Using Client Strengths and Worker Skills to Optimize Communication 153 // Communicating across Sensory Impairment 155 Communicating across Speech Impairment 163 Communicating across Mental Illness 165 // Contents // ix // Communicating across Developmental Disability 167 Communicating across Cognitive Disability 169 // Communicating across Physical Immobility 171 // Chapter Summary 171 Questions for Thought and Discussion 172 // 11 Trust and Relationship Building 173 // Trust Building and Belief Bonding 174 // Empathy and Sympathy 178 // Avoiding the Assumptions Trap 180 // Developing Patience and Understanding 181 // Reducing Fear and Discomfort 182 // Chapter Summary 182 // Questions for Thought and Discussion 183 // 12 Assessing Individuals and Communities 185 // The Ecological Framework 188 // The Strengths Perspective 193 // The Biopsychosocial Perspective 196 // A Disability-Specific Framework for Assessment 197 // Addressing
Quatity-of-Life Issues 199 // The Community Needs Assessment 201 // Chapter Summary 203 // Questions for Thought and Discussion 204 // 13 Practice Models: Working with Individuals 205 // The Crisis Intervention Model 207 The Empowerment Model 210 The Advocacy Model 212 // x // Contents // The Case Management Model 213 // The Social Construct Model, Revisited 217 // Chapter Summary 218 // Questions for Thought and Discussion 218 // 14 Practice Models: Working within the Disability Community 219 // Definition of Terms 219 // The Community Needs Assessment Model 222 // The Self-Help Group Model 223 // The Empowerment Model 226 // The Social Action/Functional Community Model 228 // Chapter Summary 230 // Questions for Thought and Discussion 231 // 15 Practice Models: Disability as a Social and Political Concern 233 // The Coalition-Building Model 234 // The Political Advocacy Model 235 // The Social Movement Model 238 // Chapter Summary 240 // Questions for Thought and Discussion 241 // Part III Summary 242 // Part III Assignment 243 // PART FOUR • The Disability Resource and Support Network 245 // 16 // Overview of Network and Services in the Public Sector 249 // Contents // xi // Federal Government Resources 249 // State Government Resources 253 Local Government Resources 257 Chapter Summary 257 Questions for Thought and Discussion 258 // 17 Overview of Network and Services in the Private Sector 259 // Disability-Specific Organizations 260 Cross-Disability Service Organizations 266
// Location-Based Disability Services 269 // Chapter Summary 273 // Questions for Thought and Discussion 274 // 18 Public and Private Intersections in Health Care 275 // Medical Care 276 // Home and Community-Based Care 279 // Nursing Home Care 280 // Ancillary Health-Care Services 280 // Chapter Summary 281 // Questions for Thought and Discussion 281 // 19 Public and Private Intersections in Housing and Personal Care Needs 283 // Community Living 284 // Communal Living 286 // Residential Care 287 Personal Care Attendants 289 Homeless Disabled People 292 // Contents // Chapter Summary 292 // Questions for Thought and Discussion 293 // 20 Public and Private Intersections in Employment and Income Support 295 // Employment 295 // Education, Training, and Rehabilitation 300 // Income Support 302 // Chapter Summary 304 // Questions for Thought and Discussion 305 // 21 The Social Support and Recreation Network 307 // The Social Support Network 308 Caregiver and Family Support 310 Leisure and Recreation Activities 312 Chapter Summary 315 Questions for Thought and Discussion 315 // 22 Mobility, Access, and Adaptive Technology 317 // Mobility in the Built Environment 318 // Adaptable Living Space 320 // Assistive Technology 323 // Chapter Summary 324 // Questions for Thought and Discussion 325 // Part IV Summary 326 // Part IV Assignment 327 // References 329 // Index 339

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