Colección: La Educación
Número: (129-131) I,III
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Bailey, D.B., P.M. Blasco, and R.J. Simeonsson. Needs Expressed by Mothers and Fathers of Young Children with Handicaps. American Journal on Mental Retardation. 1992.
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Chan, S. Early Intervention with Culturally Diverse Families of Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities. Inf.Young Children 3.2 (1990):78-87.
Cusminsky, M. and A. Galli. Analysis of the Current Situation of Teaching Growth and Development in Latin America. Unpublished manuscript, 1990.
Dean, A.G., J.A. Dean, A.H. Burton, and R.C. Dicker. Epi Info, Version 5: A Word Processing, Database, and Statistics Program for Epidemiology on Microcomputers. Stone Mountain: USD, 1990.
Ellis, J.B. Grieving for the Loss of the Perfect Child: Parents of Children with Handicaps. Child and Adolescent Social Work 6.4 (1989): 259-270.
Halpern, S.C. Children with Disabilities: A Study of Family Needs in Pelotas, Southern Brazil. Masters thesis, School of Education University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1994.
Hanson, M.J. Early Intervention Personnel Model and Standards: An Interdisciplinary Field-Developed Approach. Infant Young Children 4.1 (1991): 54-61.
Hennekens, C. and J. Buring. Epidemiology in Medicine. Boston: Little Brown, 1987. 108-112.
Huebner, S. and J. Ormerod. Crisis Intervention: Facilitating Parental Acceptance of a Childs Handicap. Psychology in the Schools 25 (1988): 422-428.
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Kirkwood, B.R. Essentials of Medical Statistics. Oxford: Blackwell, 1988. 31-38
Lewis, V. Development and Handicap. New York: Blackwell, 1987. 20-45
Nelson, K.R. Roundtable on Critical Approaches to Common Pediatric Problems. Columbus, 1986.
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Pfeifer, S. et al. Family-Oriented Intervention with the Learning Disabled Child. Journal of Reading, Writing, and Learning Disabilities International 1.4 (1985): 63-69.
Ramos, T.C., V.M. Hoffmann, and M. Regen. Problems in Transmiting News: Research with Parents of Children with Down Syndrome. Rev. Bras. Def. Mental 18 (1985): 47-69.
Sell, H. Caring for the Mentally Retarded in Developing countries. Int. J. Ment. Health 12.3 (1984): 58-76.
Simeonsson, R.J. Early Prevention of Childhood Disability in Developing Countries. International Journal of Rehabilitation Research 14 (1991): 1-12.
Shearer, M. S., and D. Shearer.Parent Involvement. Early Childhood Education for Exceptional Children. Eds. J. B. Jordan, et al. Reston: Council of Exceptional Children, 1977.
Shonkoff, J.P. and P. Hauser-Cram. Early Intervention for Disabled Infants and their Families. A Quantitative Analysis. Pediatrics 80.5 (1987): 650-658.
Shonkoff, J.P. and S. Meisels. Early Childhood Intervention: The Evolution of a Concept. Handbook of Early Intervention. Eds. S.J. Meisels and J.P. Shonkoff. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990. 3-31.
Squires, J.K., R. Nickel and D. Bricker. Use of Parent-Completed Developmental Questionnaires for Child-Find and Screenings. Infant Young Children 3.2 (1990): 46-57.
Thorburn, M.J. and K. Marfo. Practical Approaches to Childhood Disability in Developing Countries: Insight from Experience and Research. Canada: Project Seredec, 1990. 55-72.
Vaughan, J.P. and R.H. Morrow. Manual of Epidemiology for District Health Management. São Paulo: Hucitec, 1992. 130-133.
Victora, C.G., F.C. Barros, and J.P. Vaugan. Epidemiologia da desigualdade. São Paulo: Hucitec, 1988. 33-43.
Winton, P. Effective Strategies for Involving Families in Intervention Efforts. Focus on Exceptional Children 19.2 (1986): 1-10.
World Health Organization. Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation. 25th World Health assembly, 1976.