|A Beginner's Guide to Autism Spectrum Disorders Essential Information for Parents and Professionals|
This short book helps parents and others learn more about children with autism.
|A Comprehensive Guide to Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 2nd Edition|
This is a textbook with a broad range of information about people with intellectual disabilities. It also has information helpful to
family members, educators, social workers, researchers, and health professionals.
|Building Communities from the Inside Out: A Path toward Finding and Mobilizing a Community's Assets|
This guide summarizes lessons learned in successful community-building initiatives across the United States.
|Career Development, Employment, and Disability in Rehabilitation: From Theory to Practice|
This book is about employment and people with disabilities. It is written for vocational rehabilitation students.
|CARF - Managing Outcomes|
Geared to employment and community services, this publication provides a how-to guide to implement an outcomes system.
|CARF - Transition from School to Work and Community Services|
A road map to building quality services for young people with disabilities as they transition from school to work.
|CARF - Using Individual-Centered Planning for Self-Directed Services|
An easy-to-understand guide of essential elements for individual-centered planning of services based on the preferences and needs of the persons receiving services.
|CARF 2012 ECS Standards Manual|
The Standards Manual can be used as a blueprint to providing quality employment and community services, including day habilitation, community living services, assistive technology, and workforce development services.
|Characteristics of Selective Mutism: Evidence For An Anxiety Related Etiology|
This book provides the answers to many questions about Selective Mutism. The information is based on survey research done involving over 400 families.
|Children and Youth Assisted by Medical Technology in Educational Settings: Guidelines for Care|
This textbook provides guidelines for nurses and others in school settings that support children with medical needs.
|Children with Disabilities, Seventh Edition|
This is a college textbook about different types of disabilities.
|Developing Cross-Cultural Competence A Guide for Working with Children and Their Families, Fourth Edition|
This book is about supporting families from diverse cultural backgrounds.
|Dictionary of Developmental Disabilities Terminology, Third Edition|
A dictionary that has definitions of more than 4,000 disability terms.
|Disability and Religious Diversity: Cross-Cultural and Interreligious Perspectives|
This book is about culture, disability, and religion.
|Epilepsy Across the Spectrum: Promoting Health and Understanding|
This public health report identifies actions for improving the lives of those with epilepsy.
|Equity and Full Participation for Individuals with Severe Disabilities|
This book prepares professionals to strengthen supports and services for people with disabilities across the lifespan.
|Going It Alone: The Struggle to Expand Affordable Housing for People with Disabilities|
An assessment of what is and isnít working in local communities to expand affordable housing opportunities for people with disabilities.
|Intellectual Disability and Social Inclusion|
This book talks about how hard it can be for people with disabilities to find health care and social services. It focuses on issues in the United Kingdom.
|Intellectual Disability: Definition, Classification, and Systems of Supports (11th Edition)|
This book is the most recent classification and diagnosis system for persons with intellectual disability.
|Mental Health in Intellectual Disabilities: A reader (4th Edition)|
This academic book from the United Kingdom is about mental health problems as they appear in people who have intellectual disabilities.
|Mini-MAX Userís Guide|
This document explains a research-friendly Medicaid database.
|Piecing It All Together: Playing the Housing Game|
This guidebook provides answers to key questions about the federally mandated Consolidated Plan, which provides millions of dollars for affordable housing to states and cities every year.
|Psychiatry of Intellectual Disability: A Practical Manual|
This book is written for practitioners.
|Pursuing Postsecondary Education Opportunities for Individuals with Disabilities|
A guide for people with disabilities and families about choosing and attending the right university, community college, or technical college.
|The ABC-CLIO Companion to the Disability Rights Movement|
This book provides a general introduction to the many influences on the Disability Rights Movement.
|The Faces of Intellectual Disability Philosophical Reflections|
This book examines the reasons why people with intellectual disabilities have been treated badly over time. It is grounded in philosophy.
|The Handbook of High-Risk Challenging Behaviors in People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities|
This is a graduate-level textbook.
|The Oxford Handbook of Intellectual Disability and Development|
This is a book about intellectual disability based on research done in recent years. It is written in a very dense, academic style.
|The Stigma of Disease and Disability: Understanding Causes and Overcoming Injustices|
This scholarly book examines how people with disabilities are held back by the attitudes of others.
|Understanding Disability: Inclusion, Access, Diversity, and Civil Rights|
This is an introductory textbook about disability. It discusses many aspects of how people with disabilities get along in the world, including their social role.
|Understanding Health Experiences Of Women With Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities|
This book reviews the health concerns of women as they grow older. It is a Ph.D. dissertation.