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For someone with a disability, health information on various healthcare options is essential.  For a disability that is related to, or a result of working, employers can provide information about health insurance and their disability employee coverage.  And for those whose disability is not work related, social service and public health can both be a source for health care information and assistance.

Regardless when you acquire a life altering disability, plans providing alternatives to institutional care are essential. Depending upon the circumstances, professional disability health advocates will often promote homecare over institutional care. This type of healthcare allows many who have a disability to receive the needed care in their own home, which advocates say is a more natural and better for the individual than institutional care and can be less expensive.  Unfortunately, homecare can become a financial burden or a cause of stress related mental health issues for the caregivers.

For the caregiver and the person with the disability, assistance and information is critical that can help relieve stress and confusion.  Questions about the disability, underlying medical conditions, what skills are there to help make homecare easier and less stressful and alternative care can be overwhelming.  Program Development Associates has a large collection of training and documentary resources in our Disability HealthCare store, providing essential education and information for everyone involved in health care.

Elder abuse or mistreatment can take on various forms that often go undetected. 

Learn to make the experience more pleasant for you and the person confined to bed.

Growing Up! For Boys fosters the self-esteem that comes with accepting new responsibilities.

Growing Up! For Girls will help provide your students with valuable insights as they set out on the sometimes difficult path to maturity.

Teach adolescents and adults with developmental disabilities how to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Describes HIPAA guidelines and teaches home care providers about the importance of maintaining confidentiality in a variety of settings.

Teaches unlicensed home care personnel how to assist with medications and remain within their scope of practice.

Defines Alzheimer's Disease and its effects and teaches communication techniques that can bring a higher quality of life both to the person who has Alzheimer's and to the caregiver.

Includes causes, symptoms and definition of aphasia, the importance and components of communication, patient and family response, and the role of the speech/language pathologist in the recovery process.

Teaches care providers who assist those who are using wheelchairs or other mobility aids about important safety concerns, proper use of equipment and the importance of body mechanics.

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