See also: Church & healthcare / Community health / Health promotion & education / Injuries
International Standards & Practice Guidelines (IS&Gs)
- Disabilities topics
—Disability and health
—10 facts on disability
- Disability and rehabilitation programs
—Community-based rehabilitation (CBR)
—Assistive devices and technologies
—Disability and rehabilitation in emergencies
—Publications See especially World report on disability 2011 (Numerous languages)
- International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF)
- Rehabilitation topics
- Deafness and hearing loss topics
- Prevention of blindness and deafness programs
—Prevention of Blindness and Visual Impairment
Missions Specific Best Practices Documents
(Demonstrate Compliance with International Standards & Guidelines)
I. FAITH-BASED ORGANIZATION (FBO) OPEN-ACCESS DOCUMENTS:
A. Christian Journal for Global Health (CJGH)
—Interdependence: a new model for the global approach to disability
—Medical rehabilitation in low and middle income countries for adult acquired disability: challenges posed by rapidity of health system change and position on the individualistic/collectivist axis.
—The call and rise of disability leaders in Uganda, Africa: The first Christian based bachelors program in disability studies and special education at Africa Renewal University
—A call to the Church: Embrace children with disabilities
—Music in the mountains: creating sustainable therapy programs from short-term missions
—A realist evaluation of the formation of groups of people with disabilities in northern India
—Making distribution of wheelchairs sustainable: A Wheels for the World program in North India–No references to IS&Gs but appears to demonstrate compliance.
—Barriers and Enablers Provided by Hindu Beliefs and Practices for People with Disabilities in India
—Inclusion of people with psychosocial disability in low and middle income contexts: a practice review
B. Christian Medical Association of India (CMAI) Publications
Christian Medical Journal of India (CMJI)—Numerous articles, some contain no references to IS&Gs but appear to demonstrate compliance:
—Disabled or Able? See especially: Putting the Last First p7
C. The Church for Whole Person Healing Website
—Special Issues in Wholistic Ministries See Disabilities
D. Contact Publication of the World Council of Churches (WCC) and former Christian Medical Commission (CMC). Includes numerous articles demonstrating FBO work in the establishment as well as promotion of IS&Gs.
E. The Lausanne Movement Disability Concerns–No references to IS&Gs but appear to demonstrate compliance.
—Ministry among People with Disabilities
—Mental Health and Trauma
F. William Carey International Development Journal
—Transformational Development among Women with Disabilities in Sierra Leone, West Africa–No references to IS&Gs but appears to demonstrate compliance.
G. Additional Resources (See also Church & Healthcare / Community health and “Resources” tab).
Faith-based organizations providing disability services include:
—Enabled Health Care —Disability Services
—Global CHE Network—Disability Services
—Joni & Friends
II. SECULAR OPEN-ACCESS DOCUMENTS:
A. Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Open public health courses and materials See especially:
—Confronting the Burden of Injuries 2011
B. The Lancet Global Burden of Disease
—Global, regional, and national incidence, prevalence, and years lived with disability for 310 diseases and injuries, 1990–2015: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2015