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ERIC Number: ED262533
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1985-May
Pages: 105
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
Social Influences in Rehabilitation Planning: Blueprint for the 21st Century. A Report of the Mary E. Switzer Memorial Seminar (9th, New York, NY, November, 1984).
Perlman, Leonard G., Ed.; Austin, Gary F., Ed.
The monograph resulted from the Switzer Memorial Seminar which brought together 20 persons recognized for their achievements in rehabilitation. Five action papers formed the foundation for the program: "Social Influences on Rehabilitation: Introductory Remarks" (E. Berkowitz); "Trends and Demographic Studies on Programs for Disabled Persons" (L. Haber); "The Politics of Disability: Future Trends as Shaped by Current Realities" (W. Roth); "Changing Perception of Disability and the Future of Rehabilitation" (H. Hahn); "Ethical Considerations Facing Society in Rehabilitating Severely Disabled Persons" (J. Noble). Each of the action papers is followed by excerpts of reviews and comments made by participants. A summary of recommendations related to the topic of chapter five is given at the end of the document following six brief special papers: "The Competitive Marketplace: A Partnership with the Rehabilitation Community is Needed Now More Than Ever" (A. Colby); "Economics, Rehabilitation and the Post-Industrial Society" (R. Ehrle); "Some Thoughts on Independence" (M. Nosek); "A Response to the 'Changing Perception of Disability and the Future of Rehabilitation'" (L. McConnell); "The Emerging Role of Disabled Hispanics" (A. Suazo). (CL)
National Rehabilitation Association, 633 South Washington St., Alexandria, VA 22314 ($12.00).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: National Rehabilitation Association, Alexandria, VA.
Note: Sponsors of the Seminar are Human Resources Center, Albertson, New York; New York University, Department of Rehabilitation Counseling, New York NY; Postgraduate Center for Mental Health, New York, NY; President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped, Washington, DC; and World Rehabilitation Fund, Inc., New York, NY.