Health of Women with Intellectual Disabilities
Patricia Noonan-Walsh, Patricia Walsh, Tamar Heller
John Wiley & Sons, Apr 15, 2008 - Psychology - 248 pages
The first interdisciplinary book taking a contextual approach to the developing health needs of women with intellectual disabilities. It considers the social, economic and political contexts of health promotion. Its concise but comprehensive evidence base makes it a unique, reliable source for a wide readership.
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