I Have a Friend in a Wheelchair, Volume 4

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Chaney Shannon Press, 1995 - Social Science - 53 pages
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- Available in this compendium or in individual volumes (see listing below).

- Provides families, friends, caregivers, teachers and employers much needed information such as: medical causes and conditions, feelings and behaviors on both sides, diagnoses and adaptive technology, resources and ADA rights.

- Endorsed by doctors, nurses, therapists, and rehabilitation specialists from all areas of the mental health and rehabilitation fields.

Life stories are included for role models, and an appendix lists local and national organizations for both technical help and emotional support.

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Causes and Conditions
Manners That Matter
A Day in a Wheelchair

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About the author (1995)

Hannah Carlson, M.Ed., LPC, past Director of Developmental Disabilities, Kennedy Center for the Mentally Disabled, is now Behavior Health Specialist for Sate of CT Mental Health & Addictions Services. She has authored LIVING WITH DISABILITIES.

Dale Carlson, author of over 70 books, translated into 11 languages, has earned 3 ALA Notable Book Awards, the Christopher Award, YALSA Quick Picks, VOYA Honor Book, 2 NY Library Best Books for Teens, ForeWord Braonze Book of the Year, J. Lit Guild, International BOMC.

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