By Tamar Heller, Sarah K. Parker Harris
This quantity in The SAGE Reference sequence on Disability explores concerns concerning incapacity throughout the lifestyles classes, and is one in all 8 volumes within the cross-disciplinary and issues-based sequence, which examines themes relevant to the lives of people with disabilities and their households. With a stability of heritage, conception, examine, and alertness, experts set out the findings and implications of analysis and perform for others whose present or destiny paintings consists of the care and/or research of these with disabilities, in addition to for the disabled themselves. The concise, attractive presentational kind emphasizes accessibility. Taken separately, every one quantity units out the basics of the subject it addresses, followed by way of compiled info and statistics, steered extra readings, a advisor to agencies and institutions, and different annotated assets, hence supplying the perfect introductory platform and gateway for extra examine. Taken jointly, the sequence represents either a survey of significant incapacity concerns and a advisor to new instructions and developments and modern assets within the box as a complete.
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Conclusion There are a number of interrelated factors that impact people with disabilities as they transition through life stages. Many people with disabilities continue to experience exclusion and discrimination from birth and childhood, through adulthood, to aging and dying. As a result, increasing effectiveness of support and policies across the life course becomes vital if people with disabilities and their families are to achieve a good quality of life and participate in the wider community.
However, the homogeneity of groups such as Baby Boomers and Generation X remains contested, and the level of interaction between the generational groups largely underestimated (Goodwin & O’Connor, 2009). Since youth with disabilities often have limited access to peers who have disabilities, they may feel pressured to choose between their identity as a person with a disability and their youth identity (Priestley, 2004). Identity development is generally heightened during adolescence, when individuals develop a sense of self and a personal value system (Muuss, 1996).
Erikson Introduction, Background, and Historyâ•‡â•‡ 17 contended that development occurs in eight basic stages, and that development does not end after childhood, but continues throughout adult life. Like Freud, Erikson saw each stage as consisting of a basic conflict that either positively or negatively influenced an individual’s personality development. His stages are roughly linked to chronological ages and include: trust versus mistrust; autonomy versus shame and doubt; initiative versus guilt; industry versus inferiority; identity versus role confusion; intimacy versus isolation; generativity versus stagnation; and ego integrity versus despair (Sigelman & Rider, 2009).
Disability Through the Life Course by Tamar Heller, Sarah K. Parker Harris