Let all the children come : a handbook for holistic ministry to children with disabilities / Phyllis Kilbourn, editor. [print]

Contributor(s): Kilbourn, Phyllis [edt]Material type: TextTextPublisher: Fort Washington, Pennsylvania : CLC Publications, [(c)2013Description: 414 pages : illustrations ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781619580671; 1619580675Subject(s): Church work with people with disabilities | Children with disabilities -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Church work with childrenLOC classification: BV4460.L483 2013BV4460.K48.L483 2013COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: https://lib.ciu.edu/copyright-request-form
Contents:
PART I. FROM DESPAIR TO HOPE Disabilities: context and consequences Phyllis Kilbourn Why, Lord? / Marcia Mitchell PART II. DEVELOPMENTAL NEEDS CONFRONTING THE HURDLES Psychosocial implications Wendy Middaugh Bovard Educational needs Laura Sandidge Physical challenges Karyl Stanton Roadblocks to spiritual development Albert Blackston PART III. INTERVENTIONS: RESTORING HOPE Training for socialization Phyllis Kilborun Helping children cope Dietlinde Hoffman Strategies for training at home, school and work Laura Sandidge The building blocks of mobility Virginia Cruz The importance of spiritual nurture Courtney L. Smith PART IV. PROJECT DEVELOPMENT: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES Recreational and enrichment activities Phyllis Kilbourn Developing projects that bring healing and hope Debbie Childs Making Christ accessible Julie Bohn PART V. COMPASSIONATE RESPONSES: GOD'S LOVE IN ACTION Holistic care giving: strengthening the church's response Wendy Middaugh Bovard Advocacy: give the child a mighty voice Marjorie McDermid Costs and blessings of advocacy: Tabi's journey Tami Snowden PART VI. CAREGIVER ISSUES: CHALLENGES AND SUPPORT FOR THOSE WHO CARE Impact of disabilities on family life H. Marie Murtha Supporting the caregiver Judy Ramo PART VII. CONCLUDING REFLECTION Be a friend Joey Raymo.
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PART I. FROM DESPAIR TO HOPE Disabilities: context and consequences Phyllis Kilbourn Why, Lord? / Marcia Mitchell PART II. DEVELOPMENTAL NEEDS CONFRONTING THE HURDLES Psychosocial implications Wendy Middaugh Bovard Educational needs Laura Sandidge Physical challenges Karyl Stanton Roadblocks to spiritual development Albert Blackston PART III. INTERVENTIONS: RESTORING HOPE Training for socialization Phyllis Kilborun Helping children cope Dietlinde Hoffman Strategies for training at home, school and work Laura Sandidge The building blocks of mobility Virginia Cruz The importance of spiritual nurture Courtney L. Smith PART IV. PROJECT DEVELOPMENT: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES Recreational and enrichment activities Phyllis Kilbourn Developing projects that bring healing and hope Debbie Childs Making Christ accessible Julie Bohn PART V. COMPASSIONATE RESPONSES: GOD'S LOVE IN ACTION Holistic care giving: strengthening the church's response Wendy Middaugh Bovard Advocacy: give the child a mighty voice Marjorie McDermid Costs and blessings of advocacy: Tabi's journey Tami Snowden PART VI. CAREGIVER ISSUES: CHALLENGES AND SUPPORT FOR THOSE WHO CARE Impact of disabilities on family life H. Marie Murtha Supporting the caregiver Judy Ramo PART VII. CONCLUDING REFLECTION Be a friend Joey Raymo.

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