Disability, CBR & Inclusive Development

Disability, CBR and Inclusive Development (formerly Asia Pacific Disability Rehabilitation Journal) aims to publish evidence-based information to address needs of practitioners (particularly those from developing countries), policy makers, organisations of persons with disabilities and the scientific community.



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Vol 26, No 3 (2015): Autumn 2015

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Table of Contents


Editorial PDF
Maya Thomas 1-2

Original Research Articles

Towards a Core Set of Clinical Skills for Health-Related Community Based Rehabilitation in Low and Middle Income Countries PDF
Jessica O'Dowd, Malcolm MacLachlan, Chapel Khasnabis, Priscille Geiser 5-43
Stroke Rehabilitation in the Philippines: An Audit Study PDF
Consuelo Belmonte Gonzalez-Suarez, Karen Grimmer, Isaias Alipio, Elda Grace Anota-Canencia, Maria Luisa Santos-Carpio, Janine Margarita Dizon, Lauren Liao, Jan Tyrone Cabrera, Romil Martinez, Eulalia Beredo, Carolina Valdecanas, Vania Yu 44-67
Knowledge of Primary School Teachers in Identifying Children with Learning PDF
Shari Moothedath, Mysore Narasimha Vranda 68-76
Virtual Reality Games as an Intervention for Children: A Pilot Study PDF
Reema Muneer, Tanushree Saxena, Prathibha Karanth 77-96

Brief reports

Accessibility and Participation of Persons with Disabilities in Tourism: Perspective of Tourism Workers in the Ashanti region of Ghana PDF
Anthony Kwaku Edusei, Susan Aggrey Mensah, Eric Badu, Maxwell Peprah Opoku 97-110
Attitudes of Parents towards the Behavioural Management of their Children with Intellectual Disability PDF
Amina Mushtaq, Attiya Inam, Muhammad Abiodullah 111-122

Experiential Accounts

Community-based Rehabilitation in a post-Soviet environment in Azerbaijan – Where Society meets Ideology PDF
Gwen Burchell 123-130

Letters to the Editor

Adapted Science Experimental Aids for Students with Visual Impairment PDF
J.B Dheesha 131-132