Author: Catherine Chilman,Fred Cox,Elam Nunnally
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Inc (August 1, 1988)
Category: Social Sciences
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Chronic Illness and Disability book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Chronic Illness and Disability (Families in Trouble Series). 0803927037 (ISBN13: 9780803927032).
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How do unemployment and poverty affect families? Is there a relationship between work and family life? Where can families facing financial difficulties turn for assistance? Applied in focus, this volume addresses these and other questions by first examining a given problem and then offering practical solutions.
Chronic illness and disability
Chronic illness and disability. Catherine S. Chilman, Elam W. Nunnally, Fred M. Cox. 1988. A Conceptual Model of Chronic and Life-Threatening Illness and Its Impact on Families - John S Rolland Chronic Illness in Children and Its Impact on Families - Joan M Patterson Chronic Healt. More).
Chronic Illness and Disability (Families in Trouble Series): ISBN 9780803927032 (978-0-8039-2703-2) Hardcover, SAGE Publications, Inc, 1988. by Catherine Chilman, Fred Cox, Elam Nunnally. Employment and Economic Problems (Families in Trouble Series). ISBN 9780803927087 (978-0-8039-2708-7) Softcover, SAGE Publications, Inc, 1988.
This series is about families who are in trouble because of the stresses that.
This series is about families who are in trouble because of the stresses that they encounter over time, and it assumes that these families have the potential for becoming more functional with appropriate resources, interventions, and public policies. PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2016 APA, all rights reserved).
In: Chilman E, Nunnally E, Cox F (eds) Chronic Illness and Disability: Families in Trouble Series, Vol. 2. Beverly . Beverly Hills, CA: Sage, pp 123–140. Burgess M(1994) Ethical issues in genetic testing for Alzheimer's disease: Lessons from Huntington's disease. Gonzalez S, Steinglass P, Reiss D (1987) Family Centered Interventions for People with Chronic Disabilities: The Eight Sessions Multiple Family Discussion Group Program. Publication of George Washington University Medical Center. Gonzalez S, Steingalss P, Reiss D (1989) Putting the illness in its place.
Chronic illness and disability. Families in trouble series: Volume 2. Sage publications. With an emphasis particularly on families in trouble, not just families, information is delivered regarding the range of economic, employment, physical, behavioral, and relational problems that are commonly endured by families today.
A conceptual model of chronic and life-threatening illness and its impact on families, John S. Rolland Chronic illness in children and the impact on families . Rolland Chronic illness in children and the impact on families, Joan M. Patterson Chronic health problems of the elderly, James Blackburn Alzheimer's disease and ambiguous loss, Pauline Boss, Wayne Caron, and Joan Horbal Psychotherapy with families caring for a mentally impaired elderly member, Marilyn J. Bonjean. Rubrics: Chronically ill Family relationships Family social work People with disabilities Social work with people with disabilities United States Family psychotherapy.
Chronic illness affects the entire family. Illness course and symptoms are under control as symptoms, resulting disability and everyday life activities are being managed within limitations of illness management centered in the home. As a result the home, instead of the hospital is the center of care in chronic conditions. Phases of trojectory.