- Author:David Clarke
- Publisher:Bailliere Tindall; Revised edition (February 1982)
- Pages:346 pages
- Subcategory:Politics & Government
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Mentally Handicapped People: Living and Learning Paperback – February, 1982. by David Clarke (Author).
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It depends on the mental handicap. Most people in general are just lazy, both mentally and physically. As for other types of mentally handicapped people we are learning that each needs to be evaluated individually. Some it is easier to learn to live with than others. You can not do it alone though. That is partly why people with average to moderate intelligence can achieve so much in society even though most people would see them as geniuses. Yet, there is a general trend that we’ve underestimated just what the mentally ill can do to contribute to society. I, myself, have seen psychiatrists and psychologists for most of my 72 years.
Handicapped children are also known as children with disabilities. Support services for people who are profoundly disabled. Disability can sometimes affect a person's ability to learn or speak, take care of themselves, hold down a job and live independently. These may include nursing care as well as assistance with housekeeping, personal cleanliness, shopping and handling money.
Transition and social networks of young people with learning disabilities. All Wales Strategy for the Development of Services for Mentally Handicapped People. Advances in Mental Health and Learning Disabilities, Vol. 2, Issue. 17 Sanctuary, . fter I've Gone – What Will Happen to My Handicapped Child?
services for the mentally handicapped. Wallin wrote more than 30 books and published over 300 articles. The Future of Learning Disabilities: A Virtual Town Hall Meeting. Minor Mental Maladjustments in Normal People. Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press
John Edward Wallace Wallin (January 21, 1876 – August 5, 1969) was an American psychologist and an early proponent of educational services for the mentally handicapped. He established several psychology clinics and was a noted professor, author and mental health director for a state board of education. Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press. Wallin, J. E. Wallace (1949). Children With Mental and Physical Handicaps. New York: Prentice-Hall.
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