The Journal of Rehabilitation

A quarterly, peer-reviewed journal published by the National Rehabilitation Association. Articles include original research, academic criticism, and expert debate in the field of rehabilitation.

Articles from Vol. 69, No. 1, January-March

Considering Work for People Living with HIV/AIDS: Evaluation of a Group Employment Counseling Program. (Work for People HIV/AIDS)
This study reports on a continuing project of group employment counseling for people living with HIV/AIDS (People with AIDS =PWAs). The concrete program, called Making A Plan (MAP), explores the needs, fears, perceived barriers, and affective dimensions...
Cost-Benefit Analysis of a Supported Employment Program: An Experience in Korea. (Supported Employment Korea)
This article describes the use of a cost-benefit model as a tool that justifies a supported employment program in Korea. The article also provides insight into the Korean rehabilitation system as it has developed to this point. Awareness of various...
Employment Issues as Related by Individuals Living with HIV or AIDS. (Employment Issues)
Counselors working with individuals living with HIV/AIDS face a challenging dilemma: a significant number of this group are feeling better, yet many are concerned about transition issues as they reach out to once again embrace work and careers. Returning...
Health and Wellness: People with Disabilities Discuss Barriers and Facilitators to Well Being. (Barriers and Facilitators to Well Being)
Issues of health and wellness for people with disabilities are becoming prominent issues on the national health agenda (United States Department of Health and Human Services, 2000). New models of health and wellness specific to persons living with...
Service Problems and Solutions for Individuals with Mental Retardation and Metal Illness. (2001 NRA Graduate Literary Award Winner)
A 28-year-old male with mild mental retardation and several possible psychiatric disorders has fallen through the cracks of local service programs on several occasions. The suggested psychiatric diagnoses include major depression, antisocial personality...
The Template: A Cooperative Approach to Evaluating Community Rehabilitation Services. (Template for Cooperative Evaluation)
Balanced and realistic evaluation of rehabilitation services, which operate in community and `real world' settings, can be exceptionally challenging (Jaffer, 1993; Stilwell, Stilwell, Hawley, & Davies, 1998). As a result of their context and client...
Vocational Guidance and Employment of Persons with a Diagnosis of Prader-Willi Syndrome. (Vocational Guidance & Prader-Willi Syndrome)
Prader-Willi syndrome is an infrequent, but distinctive, genetic disorder that is expressed as cognitive and adaptive deficits, sexual immaturity, poor gross motor skills, emotional lability, sleep difficulties, and behavioral disturbances (Alexander,...
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