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.
New Book - WE MAKE IT! WE ARE ABLE! WE MANAGE!
|Lessons and history of Parents' Guidance Centres, South Africa
* Pronounced Re-a-krrona, the Setswana word means "We make it! We are able! We manage!
BY UNDINE RAUTER
Vol 27, No 1 (2016): Spring 2016
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Table of Contents
|CBR Indicators: Pick and Choose what fits your Purpose|
|Johan Velema, Huib Cornielje||5-16|
Original Research Articles
|Exploring Conceptualisations of Disability: A Talanoa approach to Understanding Cultural Frameworks of Disability in Samoa|
|Catherine Picton, Mike Horsley, Bruce Allen Knight||17-32|
|Assessment of Rehabilitation Capacity in Ghana|
|Asare Christian, Jacob Bentley, Richmond Aryeetey, Dzifa Ackuaku, R. Samuel Mayer, Stephen Wegener||33-60|
|Educational Opportunity, Post-School Life and CBR: A Multisectoral Approach in Rural Sri Lanka|
|Masateru Higashida, M.R. Shantha Kumara, Yuko Nakashima||61-77|
|Relationships between Sense of Coherence, Coping Strategies and Quality of Life of Parents of Children with Autism in Malaysia: A Case Study among Chinese Parents|
|P C Siah, S H Tan||78-91|
|Understanding Hearing Impairment in Individuals from a Perspective of Social and Emotional Functioning|
|Prakash Babu Kodali, Anitha CT, Swarajya Kopparty||92-108|
|“We are not getting jobs”: Job seeking Problems of People with Disability and Coping Strategies adopted in an Urban Traditional Community in Ghana|
|Acheampong Enoch, Anthony Kwaku Edusei, Akohene Kofi Mensah, Okyere Paul, Rose Odotei Adjei, Emmanuel Appiah-Brempong||109-125|
|Community Physiotherapy in Different Regions|