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Let's communicate: a handbook for people working with children with communication difficulties

World Health Organization, (1997)

This manual is intended for mid-level rehabilitation workers on work with children with communication difficulties and their families. The manual contains information on general aspects of communication, causes of communication impairment, sample assessments, and advice for parents and those involved in the training of health and education workers. You can download section by section from the website

Guidelines for the care and rehabilitation of survivors

International Campaign to Ban Landmines Working Group on Victim Assistance, (2005)

These guidelines are intended to help diverse actors, including donors and program implementers, develop and fund the programs to help landmine victims heal, recover and resume their roles as productive and contributing members of their societies. Intended to address the care and rehabilitation of those victims who have suffered physical injury from landmines, many of the recommendations apply as well to support for other persons with disabilities

Guidelines for creating barrier-free emergency shelters

Curtin, Michael, Eds.: Handicap International Nepal, (2009)

This manual provides guidance on the design and building of barrier-free emergency shelters that are used by all people within a community following a natural disaster, such as a flood or landslide. It provides information with examples of the essential aspects to consider when designing and building barrier-free emergency shelters, such as ramps, toilets, cooking areas, waterpumps and shelters. Recommendations are also highlighted to ensure accessible environments for people with specific disabilities

Disability Prevention and Rehabiliation in Primary Health Care

World Health Organization, (1995)

A guide for district health and rehabilitation managers. This guide contains recommendations for strengthening disability prevention and rehabilitation within primary health care services. It is addressed to rehabilitation and general health care personnel within district health services, in particular to the managers of those services

Disability Prevention and Rehabiliation

World Health Organization, (1996)

A guide for strengthening the basic nursing curriculum

Disability checklist for emergency response : general protection and inclusion principles of persons with disabilities/injuries

Handicap International, (2010)

Adapted from the 'Disability Task Force', this checklist provides useful guidelines about general protection and inclusion principles for people with disabilites or injuries in emergency situations. The following topics are highlighted: health, food and nutrition; water, sanitation and hygiene; protection; psychosocial support; reconstruction and shelter; livelihoods; and education. This checklist would be useful for practitioners interested in the protection and inclusion of people with disabilities in emergency situations

Disability and Development

House of Commons International Development Committee, Eds.: DFID, (2013)

Disabled people in developing countries are the poorest of the poor: if we are serious about tackling extreme poverty, our development work has to target them. The post-2015 development framework offers hope that disabled people will finally get the prominence they deserve on the global development agenda. But this will only be possible with sustained political pressure, and the UK’s position will only be credible if it leads by example in its own development work. Disabled people experience some of the most extreme poverty in the world, but there are also realistic opportunities for donors to turn the situation around.

Comment favoriser le dèvelppement du jeune enfant Infirme Moteur Cérébral

Organisation Mondiale de la Santé OMS, (1993)

Guide pour les agents de réadaption de niveau intermédiare

Building Bridges: A Manual on Including People with Disabilities in International Exchange Programs

Susan Sygall & Cindy Lewis, Eds.: Mobility International USA/National Clearinghouse on Disability and Exchange , (2006)

This comprehensive manual features practical suggestions and creative ideas for including, recruiting and accommodating people with disabilities in international exchange programs. Building Bridges also addresses cross-cultural issues and international service projects. Includes an extensive resource section. Find each chapter in FREE downloadable PDF and RTF formats

Ageing & Disablility In Humanitarian Response

Waqas Ashfaq Qureshi, Eds.: Ageing and Disability Task Force (ADTF), (2011)

A Resource Book of Inclusive Practices

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