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demedicalization

movement & philosophy
more holistic approach to health care
progresses slowly from 1960 to 1980
intensified when people realized they could change their destiny

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T/F - A paradigm shift was ushered in, from a medical model to a more community based model, individually self-empowered era dominated be the social model of care that is still growing & evolving today

True - sounds like a Brenda test question to me!

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consumerism

-idea/movement popularized by Ralph Nader-
-society/consumers demands for
product quality
reliability
fair price

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consumer control

placing power with the consumer
empowering the individual

5

T/F - The foundation of independent living movement is the same as in consumerism.

True

6

expression from independent living movement

"Nothing about us without us"

7

independent living movement

it is societal barriers to independence and societal attitudes toward people with disabilities that require "fixing".

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Ed Roberts

father of the independent living movement

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Ed Roberts

created first ILC in Berkeley CA

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ILC

private, non-profit, community-based, grassroots advocacy organization run by and for people with disabilities.

11

Pr Franklin Delano Roosevelt

had polio
demonstrated ability is more important than disability

12

Judy Heumann

-tested to be a teacher
- failed the physical portion of the test
-sued NY City Board of Education & won

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Ed Roberts, Judy Heumann & Joan Leon

founded World Institute on Disability (WID) in 1983
-non-profit public policy, research & training

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NCIL

National Council on Independent Living

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SILC

Statewide Independent Living Council
- each state must establish a SILC to get state & federal
funding

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4 core services of ILCs

1. individual and systems advocacy
2. information and referral
3. peer support
4. independent living skills training

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OT in IL programs

focuses on tertiary prevention

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IWILP

individualized written independent living plan
- rights & responsibilities of the consumer & agents of the ILC
- goals & objectives of consumer & ILC staff (w/timing of)

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vocational rehabilitation model

- often applies for special populations such as children and youth
- participants often required to commit to vocational training/form vocational goals in order to participate in the program