|Statement||editors, R. J. Kedney and E. Whelan.|
|Contributions||Kedney, R. J. 1940-, Whelan, E.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 137 p.|
|Number of Pages||137|
The mentally handicapped do not have a consciousness of power. Because of this perhaps their capacity for love is more immediate, lively and developed than that of other men. They cannot be men of ambition and action in society and so develop a capacity for friendship rather than for efficiency. Publisher Summary. This chapter discusses the prospects of Slough Project of the National Society for Mentally Handicapped Children. The Project was concerned with community care of mentally retarded adolescents with IQs between 30 and 50 as measured by the Terman Merrill Revision of the Stanford–Binet Intelligence Scale. First published in , this book reviews research on the role parents play in fostering the early development of children with mental handicaps. Professionals and parents must work together to give such children the chance of living as ordinary lives as possible and here, the author develops a broadly-based conceptual framework for the involvement of parents as teachers of their young handicapped by: handicapped accessible. Right to vote:5 •Polling places must be physically accessible to people with disabilities or provide alternate means to cast ballots. •Voting aids must be provided for elderly and disabled voters, including telecommunications devices for the deaf. Right to fly:6 •People with disabilities must be assisted withboarding.
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