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- Dunod 2007; Not Available
Les politiques sociales en faveur des personnes dépendantes progressent. Elles intègrent dans le dispositif législatif et réglementaire des mesures visant à assurer le projet de vie et la participation sociale de chaque personne. Mais rien de saurait se faire sur le terrain, si la formation professionnelle des accompagnants ne s'adapte à ses nouvelles... more...
- Dunod 2006; Not Available
La loi du 11 février 2005 ne parle plus d'intégration scolaire mais de scolarisation de l'enfant handicapé, elle fait obligation au service public d'en assurer la formation scolaire. Certes, la scolarisation, et la réponse aux besoins médico-éducatifs, peuvent être organisés le cas échéant en lien avec des services ou établissement adaptés. La notion... more...
- SAGE Publications 2015; US$ 72.00
Introduction to Counseling by Michael Scott Nystul provides an overview of counseling and the helping professions from the perspective of art and science?the science of counseling that generates a knowledge base proven to promote competency and efficacy in the practitioner, and the art of using this knowledge base to build skills that can be applied... more...
- Ebury Publishing 2008; US$ 14.38
Do you know why Africa is so poor? What really happens to your charity money? Why do trade rules fail African countries and yet cost you too? We've heard it all before: the corrupt leaders, heartless global corporations, the wicked World Bank. But the answers are much closer to home... and so are the solutions When Giles Bolton began working... more...
- Editions Rodopi 2010; US$ 62.00
Taken as a whole, this book argues that the very idea of what it means to be a citizen in our global, cosmopolitan world is no longer as clear as it may have been for an Athenian democrat of the fifth century BC, a Roman Republican of the first century BC, a British coloniser of the eighteenth century, or an American patriot of the nineteenth... more...
- Wiley 2011; US$ 21.99 US$ 17.59
You hear all sorts of things said or implied about adoption. Someinformation comes from people who know a lot about it, while somecomes from people who don’t know anything about it but makeassumptions anyway. Some comes from people whose experiences havebeen good; some from those whose experiences have been bad. Theresult? Enough conflicting... more...
- John Blake 2008; US$ 10.99
There is no doubt that the NHS is very sick, possibly terminally ill. The cause of this illness is that it has a huge cancerous growth inside, sapping it of all its strength. This malignant mass is the management system.Just as a patient with cancer does not know for a long time that a disease is present, the vast majority of the British public is... more...
- Palgrave Macmillan 2001; US$ 158.00
This book provides a candid insight into the lives of individuals who are addicted to heroin and other opiates. The processes of obtaining and using drugs are explored within the wider context of personal biographies and daily routines. Key issues considered include childhood experiences, crime and violence, housing situations, family relationships,... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 37.95
As the rates of chronic diseases, like diabetes, asthma and obesity skyrocket, research is showing that the built environment ? the way our cities and towns are developed ? contributes to the epidemic rates of these diseases. It is unlikely that those who planned and developed these places envisioned these situations. Public health, community development... more...