Living With Scoliosis: Q&A With Leah Stoltz and Silas Kelly, MSW-S

July 21, 2011

By Leah Stoltz and Silas Kelly, MSW-S  Introduction: Scoliosis is a sideways curvature of the spine that occurs most often during the growth...

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Spinal Cord Injury (SCI)

May 30, 2008

By Lynette Ballard, MSW, LCSW, Sara Klaas, MSW, C-ASWCM, and Bernie Quell, MS, CRC, LPC Introduction SCI and Sexuality Dealing...

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Limb Loss and Social Work Practice

August 24, 2007

By William B. Samuels, MSW   Introduction What happens if a person is going to have an amputation?  How can they and their...

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An Uncommon Challenge: Tips for Parents

May 8, 2007

By Nella Hahn, LMSW Introduction Tips for Parents Conclusion   Introduction Before television journalist...

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Cochlear Implants

March 19, 2007

Introduction Recent Advances Considerations Finding Information   Introduction A cochlear implant is a...

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Disabilities Real Life Story – Hurricane Katrina: The Effect of Hurricane Katrina on One Opinionated Person With Spinal Chord Injury/Disability

January 24, 2007

By Debbie Blanchard, MSW, LCSW   Introduction Reluctance to Leave Saturday Thru Monday The Levees Have Been...

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How Do Social Workers Help the Families of Children With Disabilities?

July 31, 2006

By Kristen Humphrey, PhD, MSW Introduction Does Your Child Have a Disability? Common Disabilities of Childhood Mental...

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Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders: What Everyone Should Know

May 31, 2006

By Elizabeth C. Pomeroy, PhD, LCSW, and Danielle E. Parrish, MSW, Doctoral Student   Introduction Impact of FASD on Children...

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Children With Disabilities in the Child Welfare System

July 15, 2005

By Cynthia Weaver, DMin, MDiv, ACSW, LCSW   Children With Disabilities in the Child Welfare System Special Needs Special...

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About Disabilities

July 12, 2005

Introduction The Types of Disabilities The Chance of Becoming Disabled Increases With Age How Social Workers Can...

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