Rethinking Disability and What To Do About It
Can the Social Model Explain All of Disability Experience? Perspectives of Persons With Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Habitus and the Embodiment of Disability Through Lifestyle
Disability Studies at the Population Level
The Problem With Prevention
Resident and Staff Perceptions of Barriers to Independence and Employment in Supportive Living Settings for Persons With AIDS
Integrating Disability Studies Concepts Into Occupational Therapy Education Using Service Learning
Introducing Disability Studies to Occupational Therapy Students
The Olmstead Decision
An Occupational Perspective on the Concept of Participation in the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health—Some Critical Remarks
Nothing About Us Without Us
Therapists I Have Known and (Mostly) Loved
Nothing About Us Without Us
The New Disability History
Researching Disability Issues
Bending Over Backwards
Disability Studies Today
Building a Professional Tapestry
CONTINUING EDUCATION