Books in category Social Science – People with Disabilities

  • Psychological Aspects of Functioning Disability and Health

    Psychological Aspects of Functioning, Disability, and Health
    David B. Peterson, PhD, CRC, NCC

    "–ICF Newsletter "Peterson isÖthe most qualified individual in the field of rehabilitation counseling and rehabilitation psychology to write this text.

  • Un enfant handicap  galiser ses chances

    Un enfant handicapé : égaliser ses chances
    Serge Dalla Piazza

    L'enfant porteur de déficiences, démarre dans la vie avec un avenir hypothéqué.

  • Strong at the Broken Places

    Strong at the Broken Places
    Stewart Delisle Govig

    Stewart Govig, himself disabled, provides a practical resource that enables congregational communities to achieve a balance of realism and hope in responding to the needs of all of its members.

  • Indemnisations et handicaps L avocat et le journaliste

    Indemnisations et handicaps. L’avocat et le journaliste
    Laurent Lejard, Catherine Meimon Nisenbaum, Nicolas Meimon Nisenbaum

    Après un accident, une maladie invalidante ou la survenue d'un handicap, vient le temps de la reconstruction de soi.

  • Les boiteux

    Les boiteux

    La boiterie permet de connaître un autre corps, un corps articulaire altéré, dont l'approche est sous-tendue par le métissage du savoir, appelé savoir populaire.

  • Getting There

    Getting There…
    M.D. Birmingham

    This book goes beyond age, gender, social, cultural boundaries, and even time to make it applicable to any human. This autobiography's events were typed and recorded vocally by me, the author, as I regained the physical capabilities.

  • Toast Sweat and Bumpah Stickahs

    Toast, Sweat, and Bumpah Stickahs
    Steve Brown

    A 45 year old man stricken by a rare disease that has taken the very spirit, the drive out of most men however Steve Brown has seen life from 'both sides .

  • Disability Reader

    Disability Reader
    Tom Shakespeare

    A collection of essays exploring the intellectual implications of a disability equality perspective. Leading social scientists draw on current theory and research and offer an overview of contemporary debates.

  • Dis abilites and the Gospel

    (Dis)abilites and the Gospel
    Danyelle Ferguson, Lynn Parsons

    Using real-life stories and a touch of humor, this inspiring book guides you to teach effectively, overcome communication barriers, and build strong relationships with people of all ages with disabilities.

  • Disability Self and Society

    Disability, Self, and Society
    Tanya Titchkosky

    Argues for change in the meaning society ascribes to disability, seeing it as a useful life experience that affects all of society, rather than a temporary or chronic problem for the individual to overcome.

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