REHABILITATION SERVICES: An Introduction for the Human Services Professional, 3rd Edition
Jason D. Andrew, PhD
Clayton W. Faubion, PhD
19 Chapters, 447 pages
softcover • $68 plus S&H
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- A highly readable textbook that can serve both undergraduate and graduate programs.
- The book gives a comprehensive introduction to major topics in the field of rehabilitation. Students will be provided a sound base for continued study in the
field of rehabilitation.
- Book topics were selected on the basis of a national survey of rehabilitation education faculty members.
- History of Rehabilitation Movement
- Philosophy, Social Policy and Rehabilitation
- State/Federal Vocational Rehabilitation Program
- Overview of Disabilities
- Addictive Disorders and Disability
- Abuse and Neglect of People With Disabilities
- Attitudes Toward Disability
- Psychosocial Adaptation to Disability
- Assistive Technology
- Ethical Issues in Rehabilitation
- Careers and Credentials: Employment Setting for Rehabilitation Practitioners
- Supported Employment
- Case Management Practices in Rehabiliation and Human Services
- Psychological Assessment and Vocational Evaluation
- Worker Disability Benefits Programs
- The Rehabilitation Facilities Movement
- Independent Living
- Embracing Cultural Sensitivity From A Social Justice Perspective