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.



Monitoring Manual and Menu for CBR and other disability inclusive development programs

Centre for Disability Research & Policy (CDRP) is pleased to announce a “Monitoring Manual and Menu (MM&M) for CBR and other disability inclusive development programs”  
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Vol 26, No 1 (2015): Spring 2015

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Table of Contents


Editorial PDF
Maya Thomas 3-4

Original Research Articles

Twenty-five years of Community Living: Changes in Support Staff Perceptions PDF
Stuart Wark, Kathleen Bleechmore 5-24
The Development of a New Quality of Life Questionnaire for Children with Hearing Loss - The Impact of Hearing Loss on Children (IHL-C): Field Testing and Psychometric Evaluation PDF
Lavanya J Raj, SwarnaKumari Pitchai 25-49
Nigerian Realities: Can we ignore Traditional Leadership in developing successful CBR? PDF
Bertine Vermeer, Marije T Cornielje, Huib Cornielje, Erik B Post, Mike A Idah 50-62
Inclusive Education at the crossroads in Ashanti and BrongAhafo regions in Ghana: Target not achievable by 2015 PDF
Maxwell Peprah Opoku, Eric Badu, Michael Amponteng, Elvis Agyei-Okyere 63-78
Barriers in Using Assistive Devices among a Group of Community-dwelling Persons with Lower Limb Disabilities in Sri Lanka PDF
Inoka E Weerasinghe, Pushpa Fonseka, Samath Dharmaratne, J.A.M.S. Jayatilake, Andrea C Gielen 79-96
Variables Influencing Emotional Intelligence of Visually Impaired Students in Higher Education PDF
S Parween 97-108
Effects of Motor Imagery on Upper Extremity Functional Task Performance and Quality of Life among Stroke Survivors PDF
Thankamani Rajesh 109-124


The Role of Community-Based Rehabilitation in Poverty Reduction PDF
Tahmineh Mousavi 125-139