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Caring for People With Physical Impairment 

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The Journey Back

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978-0-87318-203-4 

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7203 

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Caring for People With Physical Impairment 

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Psychosomatic Medicine 

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This book brings together the expertise of caregivers from a variety of backgrounds to examine the special needs of patients with physical impairments. This volume is not only directed at the individual caregiver working at the bedside, but to nurses; nurses aides; physical, recreational, and occupational therapists; social workers; speech therapists; pastoral counselors; and rehabilitation staff.

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This book brings together the expertise of caregivers from a variety of backgrounds to examine the special needs of patients with physical impairments. This volume is not only directed at the individual caregiver working at the bedside, but to nurses; nurses aides; physical, recreational, and occupational therapists; social workers; speech therapists; pastoral counselors; and rehabilitation staff.

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Section 1: Basic Concepts. Introduction: a rationale. Conceptual foundations. The experience of physical iImpairment. Developmental considerations. Section 2: Clinical Applications. Caregiver reactions. Coping strategies. Therapeutic transactions. Community living: the final destination. Satisfactions. Section 3: Educational Applications. Psychiatric consultation in rehabilitation. Three proposals for inservice education. Conclusions. References. GAP Committees and Membership. Index.

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Section 1: Basic Concepts. Introduction: a rationale. Conceptual foundations. The experience of physical iImpairment. Developmental considerations. Section 2: Clinical Applications. Caregiver reactions. Coping strategies. Therapeutic transactions. Community living: the final destination. Satisfactions. Section 3: Educational Applications. Psychiatric consultation in rehabilitation. Three proposals for inservice education. Conclusions. References. GAP Committees and Membership. Index.

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GAP Report 135 

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