Multidisciplinary Interventions for People with Diverse Needs is a book written from an interdisciplinary perspective with the objective of helping readers to understand the problems faced by people with special needs.

Key Features:

– provides an updated theoretical and contextual foundation of medical issues

– provides information about the meaning, evaluation and intervention of the problems related to a variety of debilitating diseases and disability conditions (dementia, language disorders, diabetes, alterations of consciousness, celiac disease and disability in general)

– contains an accessible, well written, didactic text which is useful to both students and working professionals

The book equips the reader with information about different approaches to medical and social issues that arise when dealing with persons who are experiencing some degree of disability. For teachers and working professionals, the handbook serves as a guide for teaching, for the development of the structure of training courses, for the design of evaluation models and intervention of the topics addressed in the book.

The combination of information about the professional and human aspects of special needs education makes this book a useful reference for pedagogues, psychologists, students, teachers and professionals involved in social science, healthcare, and sports medicine, among other fields. Read out the full version here