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Lists specific questions in key areas (research, prevention, nutrition and advocacy) which need answers.Center for Disability Issues and the Health Professions ( added 11/99) at Western University of Health Sciences is working to enhance health professions education, and to improve access for people with disabilities to health, health education and health care services.It illustrates how to start on the proper note and continue until you get the information and treatment you need.Tells how to ask the right questions, understand the answers, and how to survive managed care.Studies and research suggest that mind-body preparation for surgery can help relieve anxiety and reduce the severity of physical symptoms following an operation.This workbook distills the results of these studies into a usable, supportive guide.Korsch, Caroline Harding, Hardcover - 304 pages Reprint edition (September 1998), Oxford Univ Pr (Trade).
Aging With Developmental Disabilities: Women's Health Issues - (added 6/00) Aging With Disability, audio cassette, April 1994, approximately 60 minutes (added 11/20/97) Informal discussion with first-year medical students.
(added 2/5/01) Aging with Disability: Another Advocacy Priority, January 1990, 2 pages, (added 11/20/97) One of the first consumer focused articles broadening the aging with disability issue beyond polio and spinal cord injury.
Details personal experience, sometimes humorously, of aging with cerebral palsy and the frustration with the medical community's lack of knowledge.
Excellent resource providing information on seeking and receiving proper medical care and keeping your own medical records.
Provides disability-specific strategies and examples. Helpful checklists include: Visit Strategies; Outline for Information Giving; Procedures, Tests and Consultations; Medication; What to look for in Health Care Providers; and Hospitals: Be Assertive about Your Needs.
The Centers primary goals include:1.) improving health professionals' understanding of the "whole" person with a disability, through the development of curriculum that is integrated into the students' education at pre- and postgraduate levels, Depression: What The Consumer Needs To Know (added 4/8/98) Getting over Getting Older : An Intimate Journey, by Letty Cottin Pogrebin, Paperback - 336 pages (May 1997), Berkley Pub Group.