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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CBM launches it’s first publication “The Future is Inclusive: How to Make International Development Disability-Inclusive”

 

CBM announces the launch of it’s publication “The Future is Inclusive: How to Make International Development Disability-Inclusive”. This is the first publication in a new series produced by CBM called the “Series on Disability-Inclusive Development”. Forthcoming topics in the series include general topics on disability-inclusive development such as human rights, global development and also specialized topics on health, education and livelihood.

 
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Vol 25, No 4 (2014): Winter 2014

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Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial PDF
Maya Thomas 3-4

Original Research Articles

Narratives Around Concealment and Agency for Stigma-reduction: A study of Women affected by Leprosy in Cirebon District, Indonesia PDF
Ruth M H Peters, Miranda E Hofker, Wim H van Brakel, Zweekhorst B M Marjolein, Francisia S S E Seda, Irwanto Irwanto, Joske F G Bunders 5-21
Exploring a Model of Effectual Learning for a Student Speech Pathology Placement at a Community-Based Rehabilitation (CBR) Centre in Malaysia PDF
Sandra Van Dort, Linda Wilson, Julia Coyle 22-42
Community Mobilisation in a CBR Programme in a Rural Area of Sri Lanka PDF
Masateru Higashida 43-60
Barriers to Early Diagnosis, Intervention and Social Integration of Children with Developmental Disabilities: A Qualitative Study from Rural Villages and a Poor Urban Settlement of Bangalore, South India. PDF
Carolin Elizabeth George, Gift Norman, Tanya Elizabeth Benjamin, Devashri Mukherjee 61-83
Assessing Parental Role as Resource Persons in Achieving Goals of Early Detection and Intervention for Children with Hearing Impairment PDF
Mohammad Shamim Ansari 84-98
Disability Inclusion in Primary Health Care in Nepal: An Explorative Study of Perceived Barriers to Access Governmental Health Services PDF
Suzanne van Hees, Huib Cornielje, Prakash Wagle, Evert Veldman 99-118
Knowledge and Beliefs about Ear and Hearing Health among Mothers of Young Children in a Rural Community in South India PDF
Meivizhi Narayansamy, Vidya Ramkumar, Roopa Nagarajan 119-135

Letters to the Editor

The Application of Focus Group Discussions and Interviews in Community Physiotherapy PDF
Pavithra Rajan 136-138