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Rehabilitation studies handbook.
Wilson, B.A. & McLellan, L. (eds)
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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This book provides a resource for all those involved in the care and rehabilitation of people with disability. A unique feature of the book is its integration of the concepts and principles of rehabilitation with good clinical practice. It encompasses material from a broad range of perspectives including social and educational aspects, good management practice, audit evaluation research and statistics. This broad-based book deals with physical and intellectual disability and spans the range from childhood disability to disablement and rehabilitation in later life and old age. It also recognises that breadth of expertise is required to adequately assess the needs of people with disability and to establish appropriate strategies for their treatment. The volume is aimed at MSc students of rehabilitation studies and for other health care professionals wishing to enlarge and deepen their understanding of the process of rehabilitation.