Meeting the Needs of Children with Disabilities

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The Urban Insitute, 2007 - Children with disabilities - 129 pages
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"The complexity of government programs sometimes makes it difficult for children with disabilities to get the benefits they need. This can impede their health and development. This book suggests ways to improve the system. Its main focus on the three largest programs: special education, Supplemental Security Income, and Medicaid"--Provided by publisher.
 

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Contents

O Are We Asking the Right Questions
45
What Can Be Gained
53
Study Intergenerational Relationships
67
Explaining Change and Variation
79
T Do Bioevolutionary Forces Shape
127
The Problem of Predictive Promiscuity
145
Individual Differences
179
The Nature of Negotiations
193
Families as Nonshared Environments for Siblings
243
Family Bargaining and LongTerm Care of the Disabled Elderly
257
Private and Public Provision
277
Race and Ethnic Influences on Normative Beliefs and Attitudes toward Provision of Family Care
317
Psychological Perspectives on the Distribution of Obligations
333
New Directions for the Study of Intergenerational Care and Exchange
351
About the Editors
383
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Inter and Intragenerational Relationships in Families
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