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Disability and rehabilitation

Año 2015. Número 37 (18)

Review Paper
Factors associated with community reintegration in the first year after stroke: a qualitative meta-synthesis
Mary E. Walsh, Rose Galvin, Cliona Loughnane, Chris Macey & N. Frances Horgan
Research Paper
Parental perceptions of information needs and service provision for children with developmental disabilities in rural Australia
Rafat Hussain & Kathleen Tait
Barriers and facilitators of sports in children with physical disabilities: a mixed-method study
Eva A. Jaarsma, Pieter U. Dijkstra, Alida C. E. de Blécourt, Jan H. B. Geertzen & Rienk Dekker
Long-term recovery trajectory after stroke: an ongoing negotiation between body, participation and self
Cathrine Arntzen, Tove Borg & Torunn Hamran
“Four legs instead of two” – perspectives on a Nordic walking-based walking programme among people with arthritis
Rhona O'Donovan & Norelee Kennedy
Sit-to-stand movement changes in preschool-aged children with spastic diplegia following one neurodevelopmental treatment session – a pilot study
Ryo Yonetsu, Akira Iwata, John Surya, Kazunori Unase & Junichi Shimizu
Exploring employment readiness through mock job interview and workplace role-play exercises: comparing youth with physical disabilities to their typically developing peers
Sally Lindsay, Carolyn McDougall, Robyn Sanford, Dolly Menna-Dack, Shauna Kingsnorth & Tracey Adams
Parental and practitioner perspectives on raising an adolescent with a disability: a focus group study
Amy Hamilton, Trevor G. Mazzucchelli & Matthew R. Sanders
Struggling at work - a qualitative study of working Danes with depressive symptoms
Pernille U. Hjarsbech, Maj Britt D. Nielsen, Malene Friis Andersen, Reiner Rugulies & Ulla Christensen
The actions of the social insurance agency regarding long-term sickness absentees before and after a medical assessment - a study of 384 case files
Staffan Marklund, Göran Lundh, Klas Gustafsson, Jürgen Linder, Pia Svedberg & Kristina Alexanderson
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