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Author: United States. President's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities.; Clovernook Printing House for the Blind,
Publisher: [Washington, D.C.?] : President's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities in collaboration with the Howard University Research and Training Center, [1995]
Edition/Format:   Braille book : Braille : National government publication : English : Braille ed
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The 21 papers in this monograph on rehabilitation of minority persons with disabilities are organized into four sections which focus on: (1) perspectives of policy and practice; (2) challenges and opportunities in rehabilitation of diverse individuals; (3) cultural diversity's challenges to service delivery; and (4) strategies for empowerment. Papers are: "Remembering the Old: Looking Forward to the New" (George  Read more...
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Material Type: Government publication, National government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: United States. President's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities.; Clovernook Printing House for the Blind,
OCLC Number: 32588611
Notes: Shipping list no.: 95-9034-P.
"January 1995."
Description: 3 volumes of braille ; 29 cm

Abstract:

The 21 papers in this monograph on rehabilitation of minority persons with disabilities are organized into four sections which focus on: (1) perspectives of policy and practice; (2) challenges and opportunities in rehabilitation of diverse individuals; (3) cultural diversity's challenges to service delivery; and (4) strategies for empowerment. Papers are: "Remembering the Old: Looking Forward to the New" (George Covington); "Stand and Deliver: Multiculturalism and Special Education Reform in the Early Twenty-First Century" (Theda Wiles Zawaiza); "New Leadership for a New Era" (Robert R. Davila); "Embracing Cultural Diversity in the Rehabilitation System" (William Tainter et al.); "Diversity: a Continuing Rehabilitation Challenge and Opportunity" (Bobbie J. Atkins); "Barriers to Multicultural Understanding: Improving University Rehabilitation Counselor Education Programs" (Martin G. Brodwin); "Implementation of Rehabilitation Counselor Training Programs at Historically Black Colleges and Universities" (Madan M. Kundu); "Rehabilitation Counseling for Asian Americans: Psychological and Social Considerations" (George K. Hong); "Skills Development for Multicultural Rehabilitation Counseling: a Quality of Life Perspective" (Leo M. Orange); "African American Women with Disabilities: An Overview" (Eddie Glenn); "Historically Black Colleges and Universities and the Impact of Section 21" (Frank L. Giles); "Asian American Children in Special Education: a Need for Multidimensional Collaboration" (Ji-Mei Chang); "Problems of Providing Services to Persons with Disabilities from Minority Groups" (Carl Douthitt); "The Illinois Department of Rehabilitation Services: a Model for Empowerment and Service Delivery" (Audrey L. McCrimon); "Outreach Services for American Indians" (Priscilla R. Sanderson); "Perspectives of Rehabilitation Services in the City of Los Angeles" (Betty Wilson); "Embracing Diversity in the Delivery of Rehabilitation and Related Services" (Emilio Perez and Phyllis Gordon); "Leadership and Empowerment" (Claudie Grant); "The Leadership Responsibilities of People of Color with Impairments in the 21st Century" (Barbara Hardaway); "Request for Proposals (RFP's): Strategies for Successful Proposal Development in the Field of Rehabilitation" (Henry Williams); and "Building Networks in the Latino Community: a Mechanism for Empowerment" (Lucy Wong-Hernandez). (Db).

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