Serving the Underserved: Caring for People Who Are Both Old and Mentally Retarded: A Handbook for Caregivers

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Notes and References

References for Chapter 4, Working With People
Who Are Old and Mentally Retarded

Edgerton Robert B., The Cloak of Competence: Stigma in the Lives of the Mentally Retarded, Berkeley: University of California Press, 1967.

Erikson Erik H., Identity and the Life Cycle, New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 1980.

Erikson Erik H., The Life Cycle Completed, New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 1982.

Featherstone Helen, A Difference in the Family: Living with a Disabled Child, New York: Penguin Books, 1980.

Maxwell-Scott Florida, The Measure of My Days, New York: Penguin Books, 1968.

Tyor Peter L. and Bell Leland V., Caring for the Retarded in America, Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1984.


References for Chapter 5, The Educational Component of the Project

Adams Margaret, Mental Retardation and its Social Dimensions, New York: Columbia University Press, 1971.

Bruininks Robert H., C. Edward Meyers, Sigford Barbara R., and Lakin K. Charlie, eds., Deinstitutionalization and Community Adjustment of Mentally Retarded People, Washington, D.C.: American Association on Mental Deficiency, 1981.

Ernst Nora S., The Aged Patient: A Sourcebook for the Health Professional, Chicago: Glazor-Waldman, Hilda K. Year Book Medical Publishers, Inc., 1983.

Janicki Matthew P. and Wisniewski Henry M., eds., Aging and Developmental Disabilities: Issues and Approaches, Baltimore: Brookes, 1985.


References for Chapter 6, The Context of Exemplary Service

Erikson Erik H., Joan M. Erikson, and Kivnick Helen Q., Vital Involvement in Old Age, New York: W.W. Norton and Company, 1986.

Justice Blair, Who Gets Sick: Thinking and Health, Houston: Peak Press, 1987.

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