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Title:
Behavior modification in a rehabilitation facility
Author:
Sanders, Richard M., 1933-
Personal Author:
Publication Information:
Carbondale : Southern Illinois University Press, [1975]
Physical Description:
vii, 114 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
General Note:
Includes index.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780809307180

9780809307197
Format :
Book

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Summary

Summary

This succinct and easily understandable guide to sheltered training practices exhibits methods and techniques for use with a variety of problems in any rehabilitation workshop or activity center.A practical work, the book reports research and provides models which can be integrated easily into almost any program, regardless of clients, staff, behavioral problems, or training objectives. All the techniques and equipment described by Sanders can be put to use easily and inexpensively, and each training project can be applied immediately to a wide variety of sheltered workshop problems.A contribution to rehabilitation and rehabilitation psychology, an increasingly important segment of the helping professions, this practical guide thus offers a solid base for developing an approach which will help sheltered workshops to become more effective tools for rehabilitating the estimated more than five million handicapped persons in this country."


Summary

This succinct and easily understandable guide to sheltered training practices exhibits methods and techniques for use with a variety of problems in any rehabilitation workshop or activity center.A practical work, the book reports research and provides models which can be integrated easily into almost any program, regardless of clients, staff, behavioral problems, or training objectives. All the techniques and equipment described by Sanders can be put to use easily and inexpensively, and each training project can be applied immediately to a wide variety of sheltered workshop problems.A contribution to rehabilitation and rehabilitation psychology, an increasingly important segment of the helping professions, this practical guide thus offers a solid base for developing an approach which will help sheltered workshops to become more effective tools for rehabilitating the estimated more than five million handicapped persons in this country."


Author Notes

Richard M. Sanders is Professor of Be­havior Modification and Rehabilitation Counseling and Administration at South­ern Illinois University at Carbondale. He received his Ph.D. degree from the Uni­versity of North Carolina.


Richard M. Sanders is Professor of Be­havior Modification and Rehabilitation Counseling and Administration at South­ern Illinois University at Carbondale. He received his Ph.D. degree from the Uni­versity of North Carolina.