Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on
Aging With A Spinal Cord Injury: What The Professional And The Consumer Need To Know Powerpoint presentation, Presented at the AASCIPSW & AASCIN Annual Conference September 9, 2004 – Las Vegas is now available.
Internet Resources Fact Sheet
Routine Screening Fact Sheet Information about health screenings and when they should be performed
A Textbook entitled: Aging with a Disability: What the Clinician Needs to Know, Edited by Bryan Kemp, PhD, and Laura Mosqueda, MD of the RRTC has been published by the Johns Hopkins University Press.
This book is the result of the efforts of more than 20 nationally-known experts and two years of work. It contains the perspectives of consumers, family members, scientists, doctors, therapists and psychologists. It covers a wide range of topics; some are issues affecting everyone with a disability and some are specific to a particular impairment.
Updated Bibliography on Aging with a Disability–05 Edition now available.
Videos from the March, 2003 joint RRTC-Center for Disability Issues and the Health Profession Conference on “Aging with a Disability: Putting Research into Practice and Education” are now available.
The February, 2005 Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America is entirely devoted to the topic of Aging with a Disability. It contains articles written by disability expertes from around the country, including one by RRTC Driector Bryan Kemp, PhD, entitled “What the Rehabilitation Professional and Consumer Need to Know.”
Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Aging with a Disability
Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center
7601 E. Imperial Hwy, Building 800-W
Downey, California 90242; (voice) 562-401-7402; (fax) 562-401-7011