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Recognising Impairments at Birth - Fact Sheet

Christoffel-Blindenmission (CBM), (2014)


Part of the CBM Prevention Toolkit on “Recognising Impairments at Birth”
https://www.cbm.org/article/downloads/54741/Birth_...


Cómo reconocer las deficiencias en el momento del nacimiento - Manual para trabajadores de campo, formadores y coordinadores de programas

ch, Eds.: Christoffel-Blindenmission (CBM), (2014)


Parte del juego de herramientas para la Prevención; “Cómo reconocer las deficiencias de nacimiento”
https://www.cbm.org/article/downloads/54741/3._Bir...


Cómo reconocer las deficiencias de nacimiento - HOJA DE DATOS

Christoffel-Blindenmission (CBM), (2014)


Componente del Juego de herramientas para la prevención: “Cómo reconocer las deficiencias de nacimiento”
https://www.cbm.org/article/downloads/54741/3._Bir...


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


Recognising Impairments at Birth

Christoffel-Blindenmission (CBM), (2014)


A Manual for Maternity Unit Personnel - Part of the CBM Prevention Toolkit on Birth Impairments
https://www.cbm.org/article/downloads/54741/Birth_...


Compendium of accessible WASH technologies

Hazel Jones and Jane Wilbur, Eds.: Water Aid, (2014)


The compendium is designed for use by staff working directly with communities - e.g. health workers and community volunteers working with disabled and older people and their families in rural areas of sub-Saharan Africa. A few examples of technologies are presented that families can adapt to suit their needs and budgets. Many more options are possible. Most of the ideas are suitable for disabled and older people, but are not only for them. As we get older, many of us find it increasingly difficult to squat and balance, or we might be injured or sick. These technologies might also make facilities easier and more comfortable to use by everyone in the family. The ideas are designed to be suitable for household facilities, not for institutional facilities - e.g. schools and clinics - although some ideas might also be useful in these settings
http://www.wateraid.org//~/media/Publications/Comp...


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