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what model believes that medicine seeks to cure medical conditions and alleviate symptoms?

medical model perspective

2

what model are disability rights advocates critical of?

medical model

3

what does the ADA entail?

individual with an disability has a physical or mental impairment that limits one or more major life activities, has a record of it or is regarded as having an impairment

4

physical impairments include

phsyiology disorder/condition, cosmetic disfigurement, or anatomical loss affecting the body systems

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“to provide a clear and comprehensive national mandate for the elimination of discrimination against individuals with disabilities,
to assure equality of opportunity, full participation, independent living, and economic self-sufficiency for such individuals.”

purpose of ADA

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social security perspective of disability asks what 5 questions

are you working? if yes, and make more than $1260 month, then not disabled?

is it severe? it must interfere w work related activities, or will not be considered as disabled

is condition found in the list of disabling conditions?

can you do the work you did previously?

can you do another type of work?

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nations oldest social insurance

workers comp

8

has no federal role (regulated by state), great variability by state

workers comp

9

does every state entitle injured workers to medical benefits

yes

10

in most workers' compensation cases, the only direct costs are those for what?

medical care

11

when do temp total disability benefits cease?

when the worker has returned to employment at or near the pre-injury wage level

and

when worker is found medically able to work

12

most expensive category of cases are for (can take years to resolve)

permanent partial disability

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Sees people with disabilities as victims, disability can be seen as a deficit.

charity model

14

Persons with disabilities are not able to help themselves and to lead an independent life.

charity model

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Their situation is tragic, and they are suffering.
Consequently, the need special services, special institutions, such as special schools or homes.

charity model

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considers people with disabilies to be cured

medical model

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pushes disabled ppl to become patients

medical model

18

issue of disability is limited to the individual

medical model

19

disabled person has to be changed, not society

medical model

20

disability as a result of societal organization

social model

21

disabilty depends not only on individual but also enviroment (disabled or enabling)

social model

22

societal shortcomings lead to discrimination and barriers to participate are due to

attitudes, enviromental, and instituional

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focuses on fulfilment of human rights

rights-based model

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society has a responsibility to ensure that all people– including people w disabilities–have equal participation

rights-based model

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rights-based model has what 2 elements

empowerment and accountability

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Individuals have the right to equal opportunities

occupational justice

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Infringements upon the innate drive to engage in life sustaining occupations

occupational justice

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this perspective in any disability discussion is necessary to examine the effects of daily contextual in justices on occupational performance

occupational justice perspective

29

ICF stands for

international classification of functioning, disability, and health (created by WHO)

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Conceptualizes general functioning and full social participation as an outcome of interactions between both personal and environmental factors.

ICF