Training and Habilitating Developmentally Disabled People : An Introduction
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How can an employer determine whether a prospective employee is suited to serving the developmentally disabled? What rights does a developmentally disabled person have? Are certain skills necessary for service providers to successfully train developmentally disabled people to support themselves and live independently? Answering these and other challenging questions, this volume emphasizes the practical issues surrounding the implementation of behavioural programmes. It provides a hands-on introduction to basic knowledge useful in training mentally disabled people.
Newbury Park, CA
Medicine and Health Sciences | Psychology | Social and Behavioral Sciences
Wielkiewicz, R. M., & Calvert, C. R. X. (1989). Training and habilitating developmentally disabled people: An introduction. Newbury Park, Calif: Sage Publications.