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It is timely to remind ourselves of the implications of Social Education for the community as well as upon mentally handicapped people. Unless we ensure that in the community there exist the ways and means of achieving ‘habilitation’ for these men and women, our efforts will be frustrated and...
The literature over the last 40 years is briefly reviewed. A few major research studies have indicated that one should not underestimate the capacity of the handicapped to respond as do normals to music. Although the effects of music seem to result in brief changes in behaviour it is felt that...
The intriguing story of the pathogenesis of congenital malformations is slowly. unfolding. This morning you have already heard about the biochemical and cytogenetic disorders which cause foetal disease; great interest has also been shown in the effects of maternal infections following the...
Electro-encephalographic findings in 24 patients suffering from phenylketonuria are described. Six of these had normal electro-encephalograms. In the remaining 18 almost the whole gamut of known E.E.G. abnormalities was found. No correlations were found between the E.E.G. findings and the...
Prenatal chromosome diagnosis from the technical point of view is a relatively simple procedure, although timing is critical. The situations requiring prenatal chromosome diagnosis fall into the category of high, moderate and low risk. In the high risk group, the exact nature of the possible...
The large scale residential segregation of the intellectually handicapped can be described as a practice which continues to survive by default rather than by decree, and the residential centre as we know it is, at best, an inadequate developmental milieu: nothing in the stars, however, portends...
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