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Social Work with Disabled People
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Preface.- Introduction: Setting the Scene.- Social Work and Disability: Old and New Directions.- Impairment, Disability and Research.- Relationships and Families.- Independent Living and Personal Assistance.- Independent Living: The Wider Social Policy and Legal Context.- Independent Living: Vulnerability and Safeguarding.- Conclusion - Future Directions.

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Review of Fourth Edition: 'Students are able to engage intellectually with the social model, and this is clearly summarized throughout the chapters with explanation of the historical development. There are specific examples which enable students to start to consider the experience of disabled people. This remains a powerful text which challenges students to address issues of discrimination.' - Jackie Hughes, Senior Lecturer, University of Huddersfield, UK Previous edition review: 'The book is a 'must have' for students on post qualifying courses, practitioners and social work educators as it is an excellent tool for prompting critical reflection on practice at this level...The authors' discussion of the use of counseling in social work with disabled people is excellent.' - Pauline Noden, Social Policy and Social Work

About the Author

MICHAEL OLIVER was the first Professor of Disability Studies in the United Kingdom and is currently Emeritus Professor at the University of Greenwich, UK.

BOB SAPEY is Senior Lecturer in Applied Social Science at Lancaster University, UK, where he teaches on disability and mental health.

PAM THOMAS is a Freelance Researcher and Consultant in disability equality and independent living, and Honorary Research Fellow at the Centre for Disability Research, Lancaster University, UK.



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Review of Fourth Edition: 'Students are able to engage intellectually with the social model, and this is clearly summarized throughout the chapters with explanation of the historical development. There are specific examples which enable students to start to consider the experience of disabled people. This remains a powerful text which challenges students to address issues of discrimination.' - Jackie Hughes, Senior Lecturer, University of Huddersfield, UK Previous edition review: 'The book is a 'must have' for students on post qualifying courses, practitioners and social work educators as it is an excellent tool for prompting critical reflection on practice at this level...The authors' discussion of the use of counseling in social work with disabled people is excellent.' - Pauline Noden, Social Policy and Social Work

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