Embarking on a New Century: Mental Retardation at the End of the 20th Century
Robert L. Schalock, Pamela C. Baker, M. Doreen Croser
AAMR, 2002 - Education - 265 pages
Captures the challenging and controversial era between 1975-2000 that led the field of intellectual disability into an age of community acceptance and inclusion. This title includes chapters that focus themes such as public policy and health care.
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