VALUES

Brodwin, M. G., & Frederick, P. C. (2010). Sexuality and societal beliefs regarding persons living with disabilities. Journal of Rehabilitation, 76(4), 37-41.

Models of practice

Couldrick, L; Sadlo, G & Cross, V. (2010) Proposing a new sexual health model of practice for disability teams : the Recognition Model. International journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation. Vol 17 (6) p. 290-299.

Taylor, B., & Davis, S. (2007). The Extended PLISSIT model for addressing the sexual wellbeing of individuals with an acquired disability or chronic illness. Sexuality and Disability, 25(3), 135-139

Mick J.,  Huges, M. & Cohen, M.Z. (2004). Using the BETTER Model to assess sexuality. Clinical. Journal of Oncology Nursing, 8(1), 84-86

Speech and Language

•Haman, N (2011) Sex, drugs and the medical role: A case report of a man prescribed Alprazolam following stroke. Australasian Medical Journal 4(11) p. 608-609


 

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