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Independent Living for Physically Disabled People:
Developing, Implementing, and Evaluating Self-Help Rehabilitation Programs
by Nancy M. Crewe, Ph.D., Irving Kenneth Zola, Ph.D., and Associates. This book chronicles the inception of the independent living movement for people with physical disabilities in the United States. This book was originally published by Jossey-Bass in 1983 and published by Disabilities Books in 2001. This book gives a comprehensive picture of the philosophy and services of independent living in the United States for anyone who is striving to create a path to full community integration.
My Life, A Little Off-Balance: Living and Dying with Cerebral Palsy
Paperback – April 18, 2019,
by Amelia McNeilly (Author), Jeanne Harrison (Contributor), This books follows Amelia from the time she was born early to face a lifelong journey with cerebral palsy. The journey would lead her to overcome stereotypes, discover true joy, and impact countless people along the way. This book is a compilation of her writing–her raw thoughts and feelings about singleness, suffering, laughter, disabilities, life, and death. Enter Amelia's world, and it just might change yours forever. (by Amazon)
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