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Disability Data Collection in Community-based Rehabilitation

Sunil Deepak, Franesca Ortali, Geraldine Mason Halls, Tulgamaa Damdinsuren, Enhbuyant Lhagvajav, Steven Msowoya, Malek Qutteina, Jayanth Kumar, Eds.: Disability, CBR & Inclusive Development Journal (DCIDJ), (2016)


Today there are Community-based Rehabilitation (CBR) programmes in a large number of countries. In many countries, the CBR approach is a part of the national rehabilitation services. However, there is a lack of reliable data about persons with disabilities who benefit from CBR and the kind of benefits they receive. This article reviews the disability data collection systems and presents some case studies to understand the influence of operational factors on data collection in the CBR programmes. The review shows that most CBR programmes use a variable number of broad functional categories to collect information about persons with disabilities, combined occasionally with more specific diagnostic categories. This categorisation is influenced by local contexts and operational factors, including the limitations of human and material resources available for its implementation, making it difficult to have comparable CBR data. Therefore, any strategies to strengthen the data collection in CBR programmes must take these operational factors into account.
http://dcidj.org/article/download/476/335


Linking CBR, Disability and Rehabilitation

Grace Musoke & Priscille Geiser, Eds.: CBR Africa Network, Handicap International, (2013)



https://iddcconsortium.net/sites/default/files/res...


CBR Workers’ Training Needs for People with Communication Disability

Yeap, C.E., Ibrahim, H., Van Dort, S., et al. , Eds.: Disability, CBR & Inclusive Development Journal (DCIDJ), (2016)


This study, although not generalizable, builds up the literature on worker training needs in developing countries, and would be of benefit for speech-language pathologists and worker trainers. This paper aimed to investigate the training needs of Malaysian workers in relation to people with communication disability. The primary aim was to investigate common self-perceived training needs in relation to communication disability and to find how important these needs are to workers. A secondary aim was to explore the relationship between selected worker variables and training needs.
http://dcidj.org/article/download/590/331


community-based rehabilitation: CBR guidelines - Introductory booklet (russian)

Kamala Achu, Kathy Al Jubah, Svein Brodtkorb, Philippe Chervin, Peter Coleridge, Mike Davies, Sunil Deepak, Kenneth Eklindh, Ann Goerdt, Cindy Greer, Karen Heinicke-Motsch, Derek Hooper, Venus B Ilagan, Natalie Jessup, Chapal Khasnabis, Diane Mulligan, Barbara Murray, Alana Officer, Francesca Ortali, Bob Ransom, Aline Robert, Sue Stubbs, Maya Thomas, Venkatesh Balakrishna et Roselyn Wabuge-Mwangi., Eds.: WHO, (2010)


Recommendations to develop guidelines on community-based rehabilitation (CBR) were made during the International Consultation to Review Community-based Rehabilitation which was held in Helsinki, Finland in 2003. WHO; the International Labour Organization; the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization; and the International Disability and Development Consortium – notably CBM, Handicap International, the Italian Association Amici di Raoul Follereau, Light for the World, the Norwegian Association of Disabled and Sightsavers – have worked closely together to develop the Community-based rehabilitation guidelines. More than 180 individuals and representatives of nearly 300 organizations, mostly from low-income and middle-income countries around the world, have been involved in their development.
http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/44405/30/...


Promotion of Savings and Loan groups in Community Based Rehabilitation Programmes CBM Livelihood Technical Guideline

Christoffel-Blindenmission (CBM), (2016)


The main objectives of these guidelines are: A. To create awareness among the CBM family (International Office, Member Associations, Regional Offices, Country Offices and partners) on the opportunity savings groups create to attain socio-economic empowerment of a significantly larger number of persons with disabilities particularly among the poorest of the poor. B. Lobbying mainstream savings group providers and donors to promote the inclusion of persons with disabilities in their programmes as a right as a catalyst of inclusive development. C. To highlight and illustrate the key steps and procedures that are required to link persons with disabilities through CBR programmes with existing mainstream savings groups and/or promote development of disability specific savings groups.
https://www.cbm.org/article/downloads/54741/CBM_Te...


Prevention of Disability in Buruli Ulcer: Basic Rehabilitation

Simonet, V., Eds.: WHO, (2008)


The guide contains valuable tools for wound care and the rehabilitation of people affected by Buruli ulcer. It is also helpful for peripheral health centres in areas where Buruli ulcer is endemic and to people and their families affected by the disease
http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/70147/1/W...


Community-based rehabilitation for people with disabilities

V.Lemmi; H. Kuper and K. Blanchett , et al., Eds.: International I nitiativ e for Impact E valuation (3ie), (2016)


Systematic Review Summary 4
http://disabilitycentre.lshtm.ac.uk/files/2014/07/...


Community-based rehabilitation: CBR guidelines - Empowerment component

Kamala Achu, Kathy Al Jubah, Svein Brodtkorb, et al., Eds.: WHO, (2010)


Available in: English, French, Chinese, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, Thai, Korean, Tajik, Vietnamese, Uzbek http://www.who.int/disabilities/cbr/guidelines/en/
http://whqlibdoc.who.int/publications/2010/9789241...


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