By Charles C. Bullock, Michael J. Mahon
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We have devoted much of ourselves to this enterprise and we have loved it. It is important to us that we be on the same "wavelength" with you, the reader. That is why we have written this introductionto inform you of our perspective. To us, recreation is very important. This book is about recreation and therapeutic recreation services for people with disabilities. There are similarities, but there are also major differences. For example, recreation services are purely enjoyable, while therapeutic recreation services are enjoyable but are intentionally more goal directed and treatment oriented.
There are no simple, straightforward answers. Some people with disabilities do not admit that they have a disability, while others do not even consider themselves to have a disability (ICD survey, 1986, p. 14). Americans with disabilities are evenly divided between those who do and those who do not consider themselves disabled (handicapped) 1 persons. About 49% of people with dis- Page 9 abilities said they consider themselves disabled (handicapped), while 50% said they do not. However, there are dramatic differences in self-perceptions between slight or moderately disabled people and those who are severely disabled.
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Introduction to recreation services for people with disabilities: a person-centered approach by Charles C. Bullock, Michael J. Mahon