Aging with a disability
"Constructive & practical advice...provides insights into the experiences of those who are aging...with a major disability."--American Journal of Occupational Therapy. "Stimulating & challenging...highly recommended."--Rehabilitation Nursing. This landmark text addresses the effects of aging on those with spinal cord injury & other disabilities, including the roles of the family, financial resources, & the American health care delivery system as it relates to the disabled individual's ability to maintain independent function with age.
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The Psychosocial and Environmental Implications
Health and Physical Disability
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