First published in 1984, Management and Administration of Rehabilitation Programmes addresses issues in management and administration across a wide range of areas relating to the education, welfare, and quality of life of those with disabilities.
The book covers a variety of topics, including employment, the establishment of service priorities, and the evaluation of services and promotion of innovation. In each case, problems in management and administration are highlighted and explored.
Management and Administration of Rehabilitation Programmes will be of interest to administrators and students of the history of special education.
Table of Contents
1: Management and Administration in Rehabilitation: An Introduction; 2: Management and Administration in Rehabilitation: Role of Voluntary Agencies and their Boards; 3: Management and Administration in Rehabilitation: Impact on Programmes and Personnel; 4: Managing Change in Rebalititation Services; 5: Impact of and Alternates to Corporate Business Models in Rehabilitation; 6: Conjoint Evaluation as a Programme Development Strategy; 7: A Developmental Systems Appraoch to Planning and Evaluating Services for Persons with Handicaps; 8: Vocational Rehabilitation Systems and Structures: A Bi-National Look; 9: Administration and Management of Leisure Services for Disabled Persons; 10: Enhancing Employment Opportunities by Involving Business and Industry in Rehabilitation Programmes; 11: Service Priorities from a Research Perspective: A Practical Approach; 12: Stress and Burnout in Rehabilitatitve Settings; Index
Roy I. Brown