Independent Living for Physically Disabled People
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iUniverse (April 24, 2001)
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Independent Living for Physically Disabled People was the first book to provide a comprehensive picture of the philosophy and services of independent living in the United States. It provided a beacon, usable by rehabilitation professionals and consumers, who were striving to create a path to full community integration. In the years since its publication, the independent living movement has flourished, centers have been built, and many consumers have assumed their right to make decisions regarding their own lives. Still, the foundation provided by the authors of this book continues to be useful and relevant in the new millennium. Authors, including Gerben DeJong, Lex Frieden, Denise Tate, Frank Bowe, Raymond Lifchez, Irving Zola, and Susan Stoddard describe such topics as the independent living paradigm, legislation and community organization, diverse program models, supportive environments, technology, key IL services, program evaluation, and prospects for the future.
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