Citations with the tag: MENTALLY ill -- Education
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- Sharing research knowledge to empower people who are...
Pratt, Carlos W.; Gill, Kenneth J. // Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal; Jan90, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p75
Presents information on approaches for empowering people who are chronically mentally ill through psychoeducation and direct member involvement in program evaluation. Potential gains of having people who are chronically mentally ill educate themselves through literature.
- Supported education: A clubhouse experience.
Dougherty, Stephen; Hastie, Clement // Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal; Oct92, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p91
Examines the development of supported education for members of the post secondary school level into the clubhouse model at the Laurel House, Stamford, Connecticut. Who the program was funded by; What this funding was based on; Assumptions on which the Supported Education Model developed was...
- Going back to school.
Bressard, Robert // Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal; Oct92, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p105
Opinion. Views of the author on what the supported education program at Laurel House, a mental health facility in Stamford, Connecticut taught him. What the staff at Laurel House did that gave the author the motivation to go back to school; Concerns of going back to school; Benefits of the...
- Creating supported education programs utilizing existing community resources.
Unger, Karen V. // Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal; Jul93, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p11
Discusses the creation of supported education programs for young adults with a history of mental illness utilizing existing community resource. Reordering priorities; Reallocation of resources; Development of cooperative agreements and community coalitions; Student service needs; Learnings from...
- INVISIBLE WORKFORCE (Film).
Emel, Bobbi L.; Zipple, Anthony M. // Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal; Fall2002, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p210
Reviews the videotape 'Mental Illness Education Project.'
- BARRIERS TO HIGHER EDUCATION FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH PSYCHIATRIC DIABILITIESÂ¹.
Megivern, Deborah; Pellerito, Sue; Mowbray, Carol // Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal; Winter2003, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p217
To study barriers to higher education, this qualitative study explored the college experiences of 35 people with psychiatric disabilities. Academic performance was related to psychiatric symptoms which subsequently led to college attrition. However, many research participants showed remarkable...
- PARTNERSHIP IN PRACTICE.
Teall, Wendy // Adults Learning; Apr2001, Vol. 12 Issue 8, p23
Discusses the establishment of Start, a college access course for students with mental health needs. Partnership between education and healthcare; Subjects being offered by the course; Planning and implementation of the course.
- A Review and Analysis of Service-Learning Programs Involving Students with Emotional/Behavioral Disorders.
Muscott, Howard S. // Education & Treatment of Children (ETC); Aug2000, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p346
Service-learning programs involving students with emotional/behavioral disorders (E/BD) are becoming increasingly popular. This paper provides a review and critical analysis of 11 service-learning programs with children and adolescents with E/BD. Results of the review indicate that direct and...
- PSYCHIATRIC DIAGNOSIS: A STUDY OF ITS RELATIONSHIP TO SCHOOL NEEDS.
Sinclair, Esther; Forness, Steven R.; Alexson, Joyce // Journal of Special Education; Fall85, Vol. 19 Issue 3
Investigates educational characteristics of children and adolescents with different psychiatric diagnoses. Determination of children's eligibility for special education through psychiatric diagnostic workups; Relation between educational and psychiatric classification systems; Examination of...
- Outcome Measures Across Program Sites for Postsecondary Supported Education Programs.
Unger, Karen V.; D., Ed; Pardeee, Roy // Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal; Winter2002, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p299
Describes the supported education programs and the outcomes on students with mental disorders in New York City. Variation in services among sites and practice of supported education; Process of supported education; Effect of the program on the quality of life and self-esteem of the students.
- SUPPORTED EDUCATION PROGRAMMING FOR ADULTS WITH PSYCHIATRIC DISABILITIES:p RESULTS FROM A NATIONAL SURVEY.
Mowbray, Carol T.; Megivern, Deborah; Holter, Mark C. // Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal; Fall2003, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p159
Over the last 10 years, supported education (SEd) programs have been the topic of many journal publications and conference presentations, but little is known about their numbers and types across the U.S. This article reports the results of a national survey of all known SEd programs, numbering...
- A comparison of the homework problems of secondary school students with behavior disorders and...
Soderlund, Jennifer; Bursuck, Bill // Journal of Emotional & Behavioral Disorders; Jul95, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p150
Examines the homework problems of secondary school students with behavior disorders as compared to secondary school students with no disabilities. Differences between student groups on every checklist item on the Homework Problem Checklist; Need for intensive interventions for adolescents with...
- The community scholar program: An outcome study of supported education...
Cook, Judith A.; Solomon, Mardi L. // Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal; Jul93, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p83
Describes a program to assist persons with severe mental illness who are pursuing post-secondary educational goals at Thresholds, a psychosocial rehabilitation agency located in Chicago, Illinois. Changes and accomplishments experienced by urban psychiatric rehabilitation clients.
- Helping seriously mentally ill patients to become students.
Lieberman, Harvey J.; Goldberg, Francine R. // Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal; Jul93, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p99
Describes findings of a supported education program (SEP) at a New York City-located state hospital that was created to provide seriously mentally ill consumers residing in the communith with rehabilitative options. Staff strategies in outpatient selection; Effects of mental health provider...
- POETRY ON THE AGENDA FOR SCOTTISH WEEKEND.
Ryan, Helen; Pollard, Nick // Adults Learning; Jan2002, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p10
Describes the Doncaster Lifelong Learning Initiative course for people with mental health problems offered by a team at Loversall Hospital in Doncaster, Scotland. Aim of the course; Factors that contributed to the success of the course; Advantage of tutors from a poetry group.
- Effective Crisis Management Planning: Creating A Collaborative Framework.
Rock, Marcia L. // Education & Treatment of Children (ETC); Aug2000, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p248
Violence has permeated the fabric of public schools. Many teachers are fearful, unprepared, and ill equipped to deal with dangerous student behavior. One of the major impacts of the lack of active crisis planning and management has been unsafe classroom environments. Presently, many teachers of...
- A Model for Early Detection and Primary Prevention of Emotional or Behavioral Disorders.
Forness, Steven R.; Serna, Loretta A.; Nielsen, Elizabeth; Lambros, Katina; Hale, Mary Johnell; Kavale, Kenneth A. // Education & Treatment of Children (ETC); Aug2000, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p325
A truly effective early detection and primary prevention program for children who are considered high-risk should probably not begin just in the school years but should instead focus on preschool settings such as Head Start. There are effective tools for screening preschool children for...
- Tertiary education: opportunities for people with mental illness.
Forness, Steven R.; Serna, Loretta A.; Nielsen, Elizabeth; Lambros, Katina; Hale, Mary Johnell; Kavale, Kenneth A. // Mental Health Practice; Mar2004, Vol. 7 Issue 6, p33
Focuses on the Stepping Stones Project, a program designed to offer adult education opportunities for people with mental health problems. Background on the program established in Lancashire, England, in 1993; Benefits offered by the program for its participants.
- The sexual education needs of those disabled by mental...
Lewis, Joan; Scott, Elizabeth // Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal; Fall1997, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p164
Reveals that the sexual education needs of consumers of mental health services in respect to content are both different and similar to those identified in the literature, according to a study. How the study was conducted; Results of the study; Discussion of the results.
- REACH ONE, TEACH ONE (BOOK REVIEW).
Lewis, Joan; Scott, Elizabeth // Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal; Summer2001, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p95
Reviews the video recording 'Reach One, Teach One: The Peer Educators Project in Action,' produced by Mental Illness Education Project Inc.
- STUDENTS WITH MENTAL ILLNESSES IN A UNIVERSITY SETTING: FACULTY AND STUDENT ATTITUDES, BELIEFS, KNOWLEDGE, AND EXPERIENCES.
Becker, Marion; Martin, Lee; Wajeeh, Emad; Ward, John; Shern, David // Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal; Spring2002, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p359
Examines the strategy used by a university in improving the educational environment of students with psychiatric disabilities in the U.S. Mental health services given to mentally ill students; Capabilities of the faculty to assist the learning of mentally ill students; List of sociodemographic...
- More Than a Matter of Degrees.
Lipton, Liz // Community College Week; 11/27/2000, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p11
Reports on the success of Ulster County Community College's Academic Coaching for Educational Success (ACES), a program that helps students with mental illness graduate with an associate degree in New York. Range of services offered by the ACES program; Topics covered by the program's group and...
- WHEN IS THE END? A NARRATIVE REVIEW ON THE TERMINATION OF THE SCHOOL TERM FOR MENTALLY DISABLED STUDENTS.
Rodrigues Elias, Claudia de Souza; da Silva, Leandro Andrade; Leitão Martins, Mirian Teresa de Sá; Pereira Ramos, Neide Ana; Gazel de Souza, Maria das Graças; Hipólito, Rodrigo Leite // SMAD Revista Electronica Salud Mental, Alcohol y Drogas; Apr2012, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p1
The process of inclusion of disabled students is possibly one of the biggest dilemmas faced by professionals in the field of education today. It is necessary to create different educational or assistive devices, due to the termination of the school term, precisely so that future opportunities...
- ZÄ°HÄ°N ENGELLÄ°LER Ã–ÄžRETMENLÄ°ÄžÄ° Ã–ÄžRENCÄ°LERÄ°NÄ°N Ã–ÄžRETMENLÄ°K MESLEÄžÄ°NE YÃ–NELÄ°K TUTUMLARI Ä°LE KAYGI DÃœZEYLERÄ°.
AYDIN, Aydan; TEKNECİ, Emrah // Pegem Journal of Education & Instruction / Pegem Egitim ve Ã–gre; Jun2013, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p1
The purpose of this study is to determine the relationship between mental disability teaching students' attitudes toward teaching and their concern level. The sample of this study contains a total of 410 first and fourth grade students of special education department, mental disability teaching...
- Clients' role in fire prevention.
Morello, Sharon // Behavioral Healthcare; Apr2007, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p23
The article discusses how a behavioral health organization in Rhode Island discovered the role of clients in a fire prevention plan. The Providence Center employs a fire safety program that enables mentally ill patients to remain as independent as possible in the community and reduces the risk...
- MENTAL CASES?
Taylor, Sarah Stewart // Community College Week; 9/2/2002, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p6
Discusses how community colleges in the U.S. could keep their campuses safe from students with undiagnosed illnesses or those who refuse treatment while preserving the rights of students who have their conditions under control. Percentage of student counselors who reported an increase in...
- HELPING THEM HELP THEMSELVES: SUPPORTED ADULT EDUCATION FOR PERSONS LIVING WITH MENTAL ILLNESS.
Fernando, Shanti; King, Alyson; Loney, Danielle // Canadian Journal for the Study of Adult Education; Nov2014, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p15
This case study of the Ontario Shores Supported Education Program (OSSEP) illustrates the importance of a hospital-based education program for adult learners living with mental illness and its impact on participants' quality of life and hopes for the future. The findings demonstrate that...
- SEX EDUCATION OF ADOLESCENTS WITH MILD INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES IN THE EDUCATIONAL AND SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT: PARENTS' AND TEACHERS' ATTITUDE.
Povilaitienė, Neringa; Radzevičienė, Liuda // Special Education; 2013, Issue 2, p17
Sexual awareness is an integral part of people's lives, including people with intellectual disabilities, manifesting itself through gender identity. Its formation is significantly influenced by pupils' social and educational environment and the links between them. The article aims to discern the...
- Tijeras que cortan barreras.
UTRERA PÉREZ, RAQUEL; CONDE LOBO, BEGOÑA // Cuadernos de PedagogÃa; nov2014, Issue 450, p66
No abstract available.
- Experience with Post-Secondary Education for Individuals with Severe Mental illness.
Padron, Jennifer M. // Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal; Fall2006, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p147
There is a need for increased understanding and support of students with severe and persistent psychiatric disabilities in post-secondary education. Advancements in the pharmacological treatment of psychiatric disabilities are permitting a broader range of mental health consumers to reach a...
- Integrating Supported Education and Supported Employment for People with Mental Illness: A Pilot Study.
Rudnick, Abraham; McEwan, Robert C.; Pallaveshi, Luljeta; Wey, Lois; Lau, Wendy; Alia, Lueda; Van Volkenburg, Lindsay // International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation; Jan2013, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p4
Background: Supported employment is an evidence based practice for people with mental illness, but it does not typically achieve skilled work. Such achievement may be achieved if supported employment is integrated with supported education. Objective: This exploratory study evaluated the first...
- Teaching Severely Mentally III and Emotionally Disturbed Adolescents.
Northcutt, John R. W.; Tipton, George B. // Exceptional Children; Sep1978, Vol. 45 Issue 1, p18
Teaching emotionally disturbed adolescents has for many years been generally geared toward youth with various acting out behaviors. Special education teachers have been trained to develop skills in adapting, remediating, and teaching educational curricula. They have received training in...
- Study habits among Nigerian secondary school students with brain fag syadrome.
Bolanle A. Ola; Morakinyo, Olufemi // Mental Illness (2036-7457); 2010, Vol. 2, p6
Brain Fag Syndrome (BFS) is a psychiatric disorder associated with study affecting two to four out of every ten African students. One of the consequences of this illness is early foreclosure of education in affected students. Etiological factors such as nervous predisposition, motivation for...
- PSYCHO-EDUCATIONAL EVALUATIONS FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN ONE CLINIC.
Cellucci, Tony; Remsperger, Petra; McGlade, Erin // Psychological Reports; Oct2007, Vol. 101 Issue 2, p501
The number of university students requesting services based on the Americans with Disabilities Act for learning disabilities and ADHD-related difficulties has increased, although there are limited reports in the literature describing these evaluations. The current study describes a sample of 140...
- The Educational Goals of People with Psychiatric Disabilities.
Corrigan, Patrick W.; Barr, Leah; Driscoll, Hilary; Boyle, Michael G. // Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal; Summer2008, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p67
Objective: Many people with psychiatric disability have educational goals. In this paper, we survey a sample to describe the frequency of academic interests, specific goals related to this interest, and barriers that undermine education. Methods: One hundred and four people from a large...
- WORKING WITH CHILDREN OF PARENTS WITH SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS: EVALUATION OF A COURSE MODULE.
Wiechelt, Shelly A.; Okundaye, Joshua N. // Journal of Social Work Education; Winter2012, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p93
Social workers are in a position to identify the effects of substance use disorders (SUDs) on children and families and provide appropriate interventions in broad practice contexts. Unfortunately, many social workers are not trained to consider parental SUDs and their effects on children in the...