Sexuality and Disabilities: A Guide for Human Service Practitioners

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Individuals with disabilities are often "desexualized" in our society, yet they have the same need for intimacy, self-worth, and social belonging as people without disabilities. Sexuality and Disabilities addresses persons with physical, sensory, intellectual, and cognitive disabilities and their concerns in the areas of intimacy, family issues, sexuality, and sexual functioning. It offers suggestions for professionals who work with persons with these disabilities to help them work more competently with disabled persons in ...

Sexuality and Disabilities: A Guide for Human Service Practitioners 1996, Routledge

ISBN-13: 9780789000927

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