A Community based Integrated Service Model to Support Adults with Physical Disability Living in the United Kingdom

Suzanne Martin, CD Nugent, Jonathan Wallace, Maurice Mulvenna, Eileen Thomson, Stephen Mathews

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Abstract

Social care service providers have historically been enthusiastic users and exploiters of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) that support disabled people at home. Currently a proliferation in the range of technologies and applications is emerging in both literature and mainstream services. In Europe, three key issues have together stimulated the emergence of innovative and dynamic service models that utilise ICT to support the independence and autonomy of disabled people in community settings. These are the expanding role of community care services, the evolution of social models of disability and growing recognition of user empowerment.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationPromoting Independence for Older Persons with Disabilities
EditorsWC Maann, S Helal
PublisherIOS Press
Pages27-32
ISBN (Print)1-58603-587-8
Publication statusPublished - 2006

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Martin, S., Nugent, CD., Wallace, J., Mulvenna, M., Thomson, E., & Mathews, S. (2006). A Community based Integrated Service Model to Support Adults with Physical Disability Living in the United Kingdom. In WC. Maann, & S. Helal (Eds.), Promoting Independence for Older Persons with Disabilities (pp. 27-32). IOS Press.
Martin, Suzanne ; Nugent, CD ; Wallace, Jonathan ; Mulvenna, Maurice ; Thomson, Eileen ; Mathews, Stephen. / A Community based Integrated Service Model to Support Adults with Physical Disability Living in the United Kingdom. Promoting Independence for Older Persons with Disabilities. editor / WC Maann ; S Helal. IOS Press, 2006. pp. 27-32
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Promoting Independence for Older Persons with Disabilities. ed. / WC Maann; S Helal. IOS Press, 2006. p. 27-32.

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