Works Cited: "Honoring the Experience of Disability"

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Publications and Resources

by Rebecca P. Cameron


1
Brilliantmindbrokenbody. (2010, August 20). The space between [Web log post]. Retrieved from Brilliantmindbrokenbody.

2 World Health Organization. (2011). World report on disability. Retrieved fromWHO.int.

3 Ibid, p. 29 and p. 296.

4 Ibid, p. 33.

5 World Health Organization. (2014, March). Media centre. Fact sheets. Fact sheet #114: Poliomyelitis. Retrieved from WHO.int.

6 World Health Organization. (2014, January). Media centre. Fact sheets. Fact sheet #101: Leprosy. Retrieved from WHO.int.

7 WHO, World report on disability, p. 33.

8 World Health Organization. (2014). Global Health Observatory: Life expectancy.Retrieved from WHO.int.

9 World Health Organization (2008). The global burden of disease: 2004 update.Retrieved from WHO.int, p. 34.

10 WHO, World report on disability, ch. 2.

11 Friedman, R. (2013, November 24). 10 things you shouldn’t say to someone who uses a wheelchair[Web log post]. Reposted on The Huffington Post. Retrieved fromThe Huffington Post.
Carlson, T. (2013, December 19). 10 things to never say to a person in a wheelchair. [Web log post]. The Mobility Resource.

12 Gill, C. J., Kewman, D. G., & Brannon, R. W. (2003). Transforming psychological practice and society: Policies that reflect the new paradigm. American Psychologist, 58, 305-312.

13 WHO, World report on disability, p. 238 and p. 239.

14 WHO, World report on disability, p. 207

15 United Nations. (n.d.). The convention [on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities] in brief. Retrieved from UN.org.

16 WHO, World report on disability, p. xxii.

17 WHO, World report on disability, p. 239.

18 Olkin, R. (1999). What psychotherapists should know about disability. New York, N.Y.: Guilford Press, p. 18.

19 Smith, D. L. (2008). Disability, gender, and intimate partner violence: Relationships from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System. Sexuality and Disability, 26, 15-28.

20 Olkin, R., What psychotherapists should know about disability, ch. 2.

21 Friedman, R., 10 things you shouldn’t say to someone who uses a wheelchair.

22 Olkin, R. (2002). Could you hold the door for me? Including disability in diversity.Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 8(2), 130-137.

23 Friedman, R., 10 things you shouldn’t say to someone who uses a wheelchair.  

24 Gill, C. J. et al., Transforming psychological practice and society: Policies that reflect the new paradigm.

25 Gilson, S. F., Tusler, A., & Gill, C. (1997). Ethnographic research in disability identity: Self-determination and community. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 9, 7-17.

26 Olkin, R., What psychotherapists should know about disability, p. 143.

27 Gilson, S. F. et al., Ethnographic research in disability identity: Self-determination and community, p. 13.

28 U. S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division, Disability Rights Section. (2009, July). A guide to disability rights laws. Retrieved fromhttp://www.ada.gov/cguide.htm

29 Olkin, R., What psychotherapists should know about disability, pp. 27, 139-140.

30 U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division, Disability Rights Section. A guide to disability rights laws. And American with Disabilities Act of 1990, as Amended. (2009, March 25). ADA.gov. Retrieved from http://www.ada.gov/pubs/ada.htm.

31 Olkin, R., What psychotherapists should know about disability, p. 143.

32 ENDependence Center of Northern Virginia. (2010, July). ADA quotes. Retrieved from http://ecnv.wordpress.com/2010/07/29/ada-quotes/.

33 National Consortium for Leadership and Disability for Youth. (n.d.). Timeline.Retrieved from http://ncld-youth.info/index.php?id=61.  See also Faces of the ADA. (2000, July 17). ADA Tenth Anniversary. Retrieved from ADA.gov.

34 National Council on Disability. (1996, July). Progress report. Achieving independence: The challenge for the 21st century. Retrieved from NCD.gov.

35 The American Association of People with Disabilities. (2012). AAPD Mission. Retrieved from AAPD.com.

36 National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research. (2000). NIDRR long-range plan 1999-2003. Washington, D.C.: Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, pp. 8-9. Retrieved from Ed.gov.

37 World Health Organization. (2002). Classifications. Towards a common language for functioning, disability and health: ICF-The International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health. Retrieved fromhttp://www.who.int/classifications/icf/en/.

38 Carlson, T. (2014, January 8). 10 things the world can learn from people with disabilities [Web log post]. The Mobility Resource. Retrieved from The Mobility Resource. 

39 Gill, C. J. (2006). Disability, constructed vulnerability, and socially conscious palliative care. Journal of Palliative Care, 22(3), 183-189.

40 Gill, C. J. (1995). A psychological view of disability culture. Disability Studies Quarterly 15(4), 16-19.

41 Gill, C. J., Disability, constructed vulnerability, and socially conscious palliative care.

42 Gill, C. J. (1997). Four types of integration in disability identity development. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 9, p. 42

43 National Consortium for Leadership and Disability for Youth, Timeline.

44 Independent Living USA. (n.d.). Ed Roberts: “The father of independent living.” Retrieved from ilusa.com.  

45 Olkin, R., What psychotherapists should know about disability, pp. 12-13.

46 Olkin, R., What psychotherapists should know about disability.

47 Andersen, L. (2010, August 16). Bridging the distance [Web log post]. The Seated View. Retrieved from The Seated View.


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