By David Thomas
A finished creation to operating with individuals with studying disabilities, this consultant presents the theoretical knowing had to tell strong perform and to aid enhance the standard of lifetime of humans inside this crew. utilizing available language and case examples, the authors speak about either mental and functional theories, including:
* person-centred and behavioural approaches
* anti-discriminatory and anti-oppressive approaches
* structures theory
* activity targeted approach
* function theory.
Emphasising empowerment and inclusion of these with studying disabilities, they relate concept to matters comparable to loss and bereavement, sexuality and social stigma. in addition they offer assistance for practitioners on social coverage and laws and discover predicament intervention, values and ethics, advocacy and joint enterprise paintings, making this an incredibly resource for social employees, nurses, lecturers care staff and others operating with individuals with studying disabilities.
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