By Janet Read
Now in its thoroughly up to date moment version, this available advisor to the legislation affecting disabled childrens and teenagers will permit execs and households to appreciate the laws and practice it hopefully and creatively to enhance the standard of lifetime of young children with disabilities. The authors take an anti-discriminatory and inclusive method that contains mom and dad and kids in decision-making and advocacy. They draw on learn at the wishes of disabled kids, teenagers and their households to point how the legislation can be utilized to advertise strong perform and coverage improvement. additionally they clarify the overlapping criminal duties of social providers, health and wellbeing and schooling, and the way to facilitate co-ordinated perform. Divided into components, the e-book enhances the felony details within the first half with an in depth examine part within the moment half. "Disabled young ones and the legislation" is a necessary reference for practitioners, coverage makers, scholars and households.
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Increasingly, there has been a challenge to what is seen as the overmedicalisation of children and their experiences, and it has been argued that services have often been constrained by too narrow a medical and educational focus (McConachie 1997). The tensions between biomedical and social models of disability do not exist simply at a theoretical level. Both the formal and work-a-day definitions that people use affect how children are viewed and, sometimes, the type and level of service that is provided or withheld.
1990; Butt and Mirza 1996; Chamba et al. 1999; Dyson 1992, 1998; Gordon et al. 2000b; Hatton et al. 2004; Shah 1992, 1997; Sloper and Turner 1992). Many families with disabled children have to work very hard indeed to find out their entitlements, and even when they have done so there is no guarantee that what is available will fit what the children and adults require. Sometimes, however, those 34 DISABLED CHILDREN AND THE LAW under the greatest pressure because of a combination of stressful life events, social exclusion and very limited resources are least likely to be able to find their way through the maze and come out at the other end with something that really meets their needs.
This can prove to be a major problem for already overstretched households. Suitable cars that are big enough to accommodate growing children and their essential equipment tend to be more expensive. In addition, once a car has been purchased, wear and tear and running 42 DISABLED CHILDREN AND THE LAW costs are likely to be higher than for other families. A national survey indicated that only half of parents with disabled children had access to a car compared with two-thirds of those in the general population (Beresford 1995).
Disabled Children and the Law: Research and Good Practice, 2nd Edition by Janet Read