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Psychosocial interventions with sensorially disabled persons

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  • English

Grune & Stratton , Orlando
Communicative disorders -- Psychological aspects., Communicative disorders -- Social aspects., Communicative disorders in children -- Psychological aspects., Communicative disorders in children -- Social aspects., Psychothe
Statementeditors, Bruce W. Heller, Louis M. Flohr, Leonard S. Zegans.
SeriesMind and medicine
ContributionsHeller, Bruce W., Flohr, Louis M., Zegans, Leonard S.
LC ClassificationsRC451.4.H35 P77 1987
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 275 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2749085M
ISBN 100808918265
LC Control Number86082819

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Psychosocial interventions with sensorially disabled persons. Orlando: Grune & Stratton, © (OCoLC) The interventions presented focus on a variety of critical issues facing older adults today including medical illnesses (cardiac disease, diabetes, arthritis/pain, cancer, and HIV/AIDS), mental health/cognitive disorders (depression/anxiety, dementia, substance abuse), and social functioning (developmental disabilities, end-of-life, dementia Author: Sherry M.

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Book Review: Psychosocial Interventions with Sensorially Disabled Persons. Mardi Burton, O.T.(C) Mardi Burton. See all articles by this author. Search Google Scholar for this author. First Published Dec 1, ; pp.

– Abstract. This new edition of Psychosocial Aspects of Disability strikes a balance of past, present, and future views of individual, family, societal, and governmental interaction and reaction to persons with disabilities.

The past is presented in Part 1, Psychosocial Aspects of Disabilities, in which a view of the evolution of societal reactions to disabilities and persons with disability is presented. Nehring is also the editor of a core curriculum for nurses and health professionals specializing in the field of intellectual and developmental disabilities (Jones & Bartlett, ), an evidence-based practice book on specific health promotion topics and the research that was conducted on these topics with persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities (American Association on Mental Price: $ Psychosocial interventions address both the primary symptoms of the mental health problem and the secondary experiences which arise as a consequence of the mental health problem; as such PSIs are a person-based intervention rather than a solely symptom-based treatment.

The Guidelines for Assessment of and Intervention with Persons with Disabilities is an invitation to dialogue, not a set of directives. It is a living document that will evolve as research, practice and training advance. The Guidelines have several key messages. First, psychologists are uniquely positioned to help individuals with disabilities.

When a person is not interacting with society well, psychosocial intervention may be used to help guide the person back into a healthy state of being. That is the use of non-medicinal means to. Social work with people with disability can occur in any practice context.

Examples of specific Social work interventions take into account the impact of health, psychosocial or other needs of the Journal of Social Work in Disability and Rehabilitation (Taylor & Francis). Psychological aspects of developmental and physical disabilities: a casebook / edited by Michel Hersen and Vincent B.

Van Hasselt. RC H35 P75 Psychosocial interventions with physically disabled persons / editors, Bruce W. Heller, Louis M. Flohr, Leonard S. Zegans. Many persons with disability now use personal assistance services on a regular basis, which relieves the family of these tasks and allows them to interact with the person with a disability in more normative ways.

In addition, personal assistants contribute to an adult's ability to make independent choices about where he or she will live. Psychosocial interventions are the most commonly reported forms of intervention used for people with a learning disability to manage behaviour that challenges over the last 50 years.

Interventions derived from behavioural models feature most prominently within this overall category of intervention.

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GUIDELINES FOR SUPPORTING ADULTS WITH CHALLENGING BEHAVIORS IN COMMUNITY SETTINGS. A Resource Manual for Georgia’s Community Programs. Serving Persons with Serious and Persistent Mental Health Issues.

And Serving Persons with Mental Retardation or Developmental Disabilities. Behavior Supports Manual 1 of widespread agreement to use person-first language to avoid defining individuals in terms of disability or disease. For example, use the term “person with a disability ” instead of a “disabled person.

Isolation: Many persons and families experience isolation and loneliness. Primarily this is because of negative attitudes, like fear and.

Psychosocial interventions with sensorially disabled persons / editors, Bruce W. Heller, Louis M. Flohr, Leonard S. Zegans. RC H35 P77 People with disabilities:. the effect of psychosocial intervention on Quality of life and Disabil-ity grading of mentally disabled adolescents.

The study was conducted at 2 special schools namely St. Agnes special school and Sannidhya special school in Mangalore among stu-dents between the age group of 12 to 18 years. The psychosocial intervention was. Resilience, Coping, & Disability: The Development of a Resilience Intervention Paper is based on a program presented at the American Counseling Association Conference, MarchHonolulu, HI.

Susan Stuntzner and Michael T. Hartley Stuntzner, Susan, PhD, LPC, LMHP-CPC, CRC, NCC, is an Assistant Professor at the University of Idaho. Book Review: Improving Library Services to People with Disabilities edited by Courtney Deines-Jones:Oxford: Chandos, pp,ISBN Author: Bob Usherwood.

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Are Psychosocial Interventions Limited to Clinical Therapy?. Psychosocial interventions in long-term care have the potential to improve the quality of care and quality of life of persons with dementia.

Our aim is to explore the evidence and consensus on. Psychosocial interventions for mental health and substance use disorders are interpersonal or informational activities, techniques, or strategies that target biological, behavioral, cognitive, emotional, interpersonal, social, or environmental factors with the aim of improving health functioning and well-being.

Background. Studies have shown a link between parenting children with intellectual disabilities and parental distress. Psychosocial interventions for the parents are available but there are few systematic reviews of the evidence from these studies and how they relate to low income settings (developing or transitional countries).Cited by: 3.

Four Psychosocial Theories and Their Application to Patient Education and Clinical Practice Virginia M. Gonzalez, Jean Goeppinger, and Kate Lorig Although the development of theoretically based and empirically verified practice guidelines is now possi- ble, some health education practice still remains un- informed by this research-based by: Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) calls for: “ appropriate measures, including through peer support, to enable persons with disabilities to attain and maintain their maximum independence, full physical, mental, social and vocational ability, and full inclusion and participation in.

Tomás Campbell, Tim O’Keefe, in Health of HIV Infected People, Family-Focused Psychological Interventions. Psychological interventions for PLWH have tended to target primarily the individual rather than the family [25,52,73], but the issues raised above require us to consider and develop more effective psychological interventions that include these concerns of parents and.

Understanding psychosocial disability and its social consequences is critical when discussing the roll out of the National Disability Insurance Scheme and ensuring it is able to meet its ultimate goal of providing individualised support for people with a disability, their families andFile Size: KB.

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Epidemiological predictions suggest that dementia will continue to rise and that this will have social and economic ramifications. Effective interventions, beyond pharmacological management are needed.

Psychosocial interventions have largely been investigated in relation to carers of people with dementia, or with regards to their ability to manage dementia symptoms, improve cognition, and Cited by: Disability and the Counseling Relationship: intervention techniques and strategies.

Hartley, Michael T., PhD, CRC, is an Assistant Professor at the University of Arizona, Tucson. He has written articles and book chapters on resiliency theory, often than not, persons without disability perceive it as a.

Author(s): Heller,Bruce W; Flohr,Louis M; Zegans,Leonard S Title(s): Psychosocial interventions with sensorially disabled persons/ editors, Bruce W. Heller, Louis. Abstract. Vision plays a massive and critical role in children’s early cognitive development.

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ed persons - rehabilitation. ry of health care. ed children. ion, Special. ment, Supported. policy. Health Organization. ISBN 92 4 2 (NLM classification: HV ) ISBN 92 4 5 (PDF).Deciding on the right psychosocial interventions for you is dependent on your needs and preferences.

Below we have outlined a list of different needs people may experience, and the psychosocial interventions that may be helpful to them. Psychosocial interventions are listed in alphabetical order from page 5 to Contents.