Flashcards in Chapter 23 Deck (19):
movement & philosophy
more holistic approach to health care
progresses slowly from 1960 to 1980
intensified when people realized they could change their destiny
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!
-idea/movement popularized by Ralph Nader-
-society/consumers demands for
placing power with the consumer
empowering the individual
T/F - The foundation of independent living movement is the same as in consumerism.
expression from independent living movement
"Nothing about us without us"
independent living movement
it is societal barriers to independence and societal attitudes toward people with disabilities that require "fixing".
father of the independent living movement
created first ILC in Berkeley CA
private, non-profit, community-based, grassroots advocacy organization run by and for people with disabilities.
Pr Franklin Delano Roosevelt
demonstrated ability is more important than disability
-tested to be a teacher
- failed the physical portion of the test
-sued NY City Board of Education & won
Ed Roberts, Judy Heumann & Joan Leon
founded World Institute on Disability (WID) in 1983
-non-profit public policy, research & training
National Council on Independent Living
Statewide Independent Living Council
- each state must establish a SILC to get state & federal
4 core services of ILCs
1. individual and systems advocacy
2. information and referral
3. peer support
4. independent living skills training
OT in IL programs
focuses on tertiary prevention
individualized written independent living plan
- rights & responsibilities of the consumer & agents of the ILC
- goals & objectives of consumer & ILC staff (w/timing of)