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Independent living programs: the role of the able-bodied professional

Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Author: Berrol, S.
Year: 1979
Type: Journal Article

Abstract:

The Independent Living Program movement was created by the disabled community. It has established a broad coalition of diverse disabilities functioning to provide services on a broader scale than has been traditionally offered by the rehabilitation community. The effectiveness and the strength of the movement lies in consumer control. The able-bodied professional can provide expertise, balance and a vital link with established rehabilitation programs. The integrity of the independent living program movement can only be maintained and developed if these basic concepts are respected.

Further Details

Full Title Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Pages 456-7
Volume 60
Issue 10
Accession Number 15.7.03
Research Notes Electronic copy added 27/08/2013 hard copy discarded 27/08/2013
Keywords North AmericamobilityService provision

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