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Encyclopedia of disability and rehabilitation

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Published by Macmillan Library Reference USA, Simon & Schuster and Prentice Hall International in New York, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • People with disabilities -- Rehabilitation -- Encyclopedias

  • Edition Notes

    StatementArthur E. Dell Orto, Robert P. Marinelli, editors.
    GenreEncyclopedias.
    ContributionsDell Orto, Arthur E., 1943-, Marinelli, Robert P., 1942-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV1568 .E53 1995
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Paginationxxiv, 820 p.
    Number of Pages820
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL791913M
    ISBN 10002897297X
    LC Control Number95024454

    Phase III, referred to as the secondary prevention or maintenance phase, is performed more independently by the patient, with the goal of maintaining benefits and Encyclopedia of disability and rehabilitation book further cardiac problems. Although many insurance companies cover all or part of a cardiac rehabilitation program, coverage is not available to all patients, and may be limited in terms of length of treatment or conditions covered. The first four volumes contain upward of A-to-Z entries, each ranging in length from one paragraph to ten pages and ending with a bibliography of texts and web sites. The word can be differentiated from the label of handicapped, which instead references the obstacles encountered by individuals who pursue goals as a result of their disability. Locating the problem within individuals, it prescribed the solution as treatment to cure or at least to correct individual functioning. Congressional Research Service These twelve states had to permit individuals to deduct their medical expenses from their incomes in determining eligibility.

    Subscribe today Interdisciplinary teamwork is a hallmark of rehabilitation psychology practice across settings and areas of specialization. Under this system, known as "spend down", if an otherwise eligible applicant's income exceeded the state's income standard for Medicaid eligibility, the applicant would become eligible after incurring sufficient medical expenses to reduce his or her income to below the standard. Benefits in these instances are typically paid until the person is recovered, but there are limits in some States. The first four volumes contain upward of A-to-Z entries, each ranging in length from one paragraph to ten pages and ending with a bibliography of texts and web sites. Only 36 thousand were coal miners, the remainder were widows thousand or dependents 37 thousand.

    Description Cardiac rehabilitation is a comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach to treatment and secondary prevention for patients with various forms of cardiac disorders, such as post myocardial infarction heart attackbypass surgery, chronic stable Encyclopedia of disability and rehabilitation book pectorisand heart transplant. Persons may receive SSI payments either as individuals or as couples. It offers a little extra, including a section titled "Searching for and Evaluating Web Sites," written by a librarian. Most cases involve temporary total disability. Settings of care Rehabilitation psychology services typically are offered across a variety of settings, including in acute care hospitals and medical centres, inpatient and outpatient physical rehabilitation units, nursing homes and assisted living centres, and community agencies that serve people with specific types of disability or chronic illness e. Insured work quarters are credited annually for those years during which an individual works, is covered by Social Security, and earns a specified amount, which is adjusted upward each year.


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Encyclopedia of disability and rehabilitation Download PDF Ebook

As part of the amendments to the Social Security Act, Medicare was extended, under certain circumstances, to persons receiving SSDI and to those with kidney disease.

Cardiac Rehabilitation

Outpatient care Encyclopedia of disability and rehabilitation book also contingent on a number of factors. Burwell, As of Decembertwelve states had exercised an authority to impose more restrictive eligibility criteria for Medicaid than SSI uses. States must extend Medicaid eligibility to certain groups of disabled people who may not actually receive SSI, but Encyclopedia of disability and rehabilitation book are deemed to meet SSI income and resource standards.

Disability rights ideology argued that for persons with disabilities, permanent differential treatment in the form of accessibility and reasonable accommodations was legitimate because it was necessary to achieve and maintain equal access and thus equal opportunity for full participation in society.

Traditional civil rights theory sometimes allowed differential treatment of a minority as a temporary remedy to achieve equality. The only really comprehensive resource on disability; this is an important foundation for disability collections in any academic, public, or high school library.

People with comparable illnesses, disabilities, and incomes may be eligible for Medicaid in one state, but not in another. Bottom line: Reflects Albrecht's commitment to giving readers not just facts and theories but a personal, lived perspective on disability.

In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, most professionals in medicine, social services, and education increasingly attributed a lack of moral and emotional self-control to the "defective classes," which included virtually anyone with a disability, blaming them for the poverty, vice, crime, and dislocations of the new industrial order.

Dishonorably discharged veterans are not eligible. In addition, services provided under the Home and Community-based Care waivers may include personal care services, chore services, respite care services, and adult day care.

Advocacy groups, such as Americans Disabled for Accessible Public Transit ADAPTtook to the streets—sometimes tying up traffic, construction, and business—as well as to the halls of legislatures to win passage and enforcement of accessibility statutes.

Insured work quarters are credited annually for those years during which an individual works, is covered by Social Security, and earns a specified amount, which is adjusted upward each year.

Federal dollars come from federal general revenues.

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Services Psychiatric rehabilitation services may include: workplace accommodations, supported employment or Encyclopedia of disability and rehabilitation book, social firmsassertive community or outreach teams assisting with Encyclopedia of disability and rehabilitation book service agencies, medication management, housing, employment, family issues, coping skills and activities of daily living and socialising.

Psychiatric rehabilitation is illustrated by community models e. Eugenicists pressed for the sterilization of people with various disabilities, and by more than half the states had adopted sterilization laws, and thousands of people were sterilized.

Committee on Ways and Means The largest share of veterans receiving benefits for service-connected disabilities served in World War II Antidiscrimination and the right of equal access were the basis of fifty federal laws that began with the Architectural Barriers Act of and culminated in the Americans with Disabilities Act of The disability rights movements arose in response to a historic legacy of discrimination and segregation.

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