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Tools of the Trade By Disability Management Employer Coalition
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Tools of the Trade will serve as your go-to reference as you build, manage, and monitor your integrated absence and disability management program. It is designed to meet the needs of practicing... More > professionals by offering both background information and practical resources needed to complete the job. This new edition takes the reader from basic definitions, through an exploration of programs prime for integration, to program implementation and management. Included are numerous illustrations, charts, statistics, best practices, employer check lists, and references to industry sources< Less
Terms of the Trade By Disability Management Employer Coalition
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Over the years, a greater focus has been placed on absence, health, risk, productivity, behavioral management and the impact on corporate profits. This revised publication is intended to provide... More > every level of practitioner the general meaning of these sometimes complex and varied industry terms. With more than 870 words, phrases, and terms, this glossary is the most comprehensive publication with regards to absence, wellness, and disability.< Less
The Return to Work Program Manual By Disability Management Employer Coalition
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Returning employees to work who have been on a leave of absence, regardless of the causation of the absence, forms the cornerstone for a productive and engaged workforce. This third revision covers... More > the principles and processes involved in the establishment of a return-to-work program which is vital to the development of a successful integrated absence management (IAM) program. Gain expertise, practical applications, and insightful innovations that can save you time and money.< Less
Developmental Disabilities By Mac Griffith, Ph.D.
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* A psychologist gives a non-technical overview of developmental disabilities. * EMPATHETIC LEARNING is promoted through stories of real individuals. * Vibrant storytelling keeps the... More > information lively. * Speaks simply and directly to caregivers. * Gives direct care staff training, ideas, and motivation, so they can provide better service, find more joy in their work, and reduce the stress that can lead to staff turnover. * Excellent for in-service training, as well as for individual study. This book is for those who provide direct supports to individuals with developmental disabilities. It is designed to make up for some of the training and experience gaps of those on the front lines. The audience includes direct care staff, case managers, supervisors, families, and others.< Less
DisAbility Fitness By Devon Palermo
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Too often the focus is placed on the disability and not the ability of the person. Just because you are living with a disability does not mean that you cannot live a healthy lifestyle, workout, or... More > participate in sports. You can and should prove everyone wrong and show them that you're dedicated to improving you. Adaptive Fitness Specialist Devon Palermo has put together a comprehensive resource guide targeting self assessment, nutrition, program design, and functional adaptive exercises designed to motivate you, inspire you, and educate you to begin to increase your fitness and improve your overall health and well being. How can I improve my function? Check out the assessment form for the chapter that applies to you and begin working on the exercises designed to improve those functions, use the workout logs to track your progress. Keep fighting and Never. Give. Up!< Less
Disability Awareness By Daniele Luciano Moskal
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What does the word 'Disability' mean? Firstly, referring to the “disabled” just does not help. We are talking about real people first and foremost – people who are daily presented... More > with extra challenges because of a range of impairments they are either born with, or sustained through an accident, particular circumstances, illness or old age. Many people with a disability may not have access to cars and will therefore rely heavily on the usage of public transport to provide mobility and independence. It is vitally important that you and I the reader understands and appreciates the needs of people with disabilities. The effects of some impairment will be immediately obvious to you, but others may be invisible to the naked eye or be easily mistaken for something else. Let us now take a look at some of the facts and disabilities in today's society.......< Less
Crime and the Disabled By Roy Day Jr.
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Master Roy Day has been a person with many interests and passions throughout his life; one has always been the martial arts. Within a year of his accident, at age 18, he was introduced to two new... More > subjects, Karate and crime against the disabled. In 1995, he was introduced to wheelchair fencing. In 1997, he was U.S. National Champion in Men’s Wheelchair Epee and competed for the U.S. in the 1998 and 2002 World Championships. He was also a member of the 2000 Paralympic Team that competed in the Sydney games. In 1998, Roy began studying American Kenpo Karate with Master Robert Quinn at American Karate in Tucker, Ga. While Roy spent almost a decade competing internationally for the U.S., he spent over a decade with Mr. Quinn earning his 3rd degree Black Belt, a Master ranking, and an instructor in his Sifu’s TEST (Tactical Emergency Security Training) Program until his teacher’s tragic death. Under Master Quinn’s guidance, Roy developed Ropo Kenpo- the rolling power of Kenpo Karate and completed this book.< Less
Disability Awareness By Daniele Luciano Moskal
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"What does the word Disability mean?" This book has especially written for any person regardless of age group, ethnicity, or business or organisation wanting to become more aware of... More > disabilities and their categories. In this Ebook the author hopes the reader will get a better understanding by simply looking at some of the disability categories which you may experience when coming across people with disabilities, and hopefully consider how best you can respond to their needs should the moment arise. Firstly, referring to the “disabled” just does not help. We are talking about real people first and foremost – people who are daily presented with extra challenges because of a range of impairments they are either born with, or sustained through an accident, particular circumstances, illness or old age.< Less
Invisible Disability By Tina Thomas
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A story of a womans journey with her neurological condition and what happens to her on the way. It is full of funny stories, memories and interest. Please buy this book it is a really good read and... More > it will inspire you. Have a loook on lulu have a look on lulu have a look on lulu have a look on lulu have a look on lulu It is by Tina Thomas It is an inspirational book to the many people out there who have an invisible disability such as dyslexia or dyspraxia. It is inspired by people like Oliver Sacks (Neurology Author) the paralympics and all the people I know who have an invisible disability.< Less
Daringly Disabled By Sheila Taylor
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Life was going swimmingly for Sheila Taylor during the early months of 1996. She enjoyed her job and life at home was perfect – she was a happy lady with much to look forward to in a busy and... More > fulfilling life. But all this changed when she was involved in a horrific car crash close to Belfast. She suffered severe injuries and spent almost a year in hospital, enduring many operations. But Sheila was made of sterner stuff and she decided to go home, disabilities and all, and launch into a whole new life of adventure and exploration. As you read this remarkable story you will be amazed at Sheila’s exploits in her new life. Nothing was going to deter her from participating in the craziest and most challenging thrills that the rest of us would never even dream of doing. This is a journey of derring-do; a flight of excitement and an unbelievable step into the wild unknown for this daringly disabled and courageous lady.< Less