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Volume 12, Nos. 1 and 2. Social services in the information society: closing the gap

Volume 12, Nos. 1 and 2. Social services in the information society: closing the gap
Volume 12, Nos. 1 and 2. Social services in the information society: closing the gap
UpFront, Jackie Rafferty.

Information technology for specific user groups

Internet based information and support: use by parents of children with disabilities Nancy Shank, Debbie Laible, Virginia Murphy-Berman and Gregg Wright.

DISCUS - Using Internet based technology to support the practical aspects of care, D. F. Paulson and C. A. Nicolle

Experience of an electronic newspaper service for the blind, Paolo Graziani and Laura Burzagli.

Computer work in sheltered employment: a systematic approach for qualification, Klaus J. Zink, Frank Leidermann and Harald Weber.

Rehabilitation information system for people with disabilities, Alexander Shoshmin, Natalie Martynova and Anna Riabokon.

Virtual networks for language therapy - experiences, Magnus Magnusson and Marianne Christensen.

Establishment of the network in the field of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) in Finland, Tuula Petdkoski-Hult.

Videoconferencing in psychiatry, Marja-Leena Mielonen, Juha Moring, Arte Ohinmaa and Matti Isohanni.

Personalised software application compensating memory disorders, Jaana Leikas, Juha Pdrkkd and Petteri Jdmsd.

Computer based interventions for assisting people who have suffered trauma, Bryan Williams, D. Ramanee Peiris, Peter Gregor, Norman Aim, Susan Gumming, Gillian Flockhart and Marjory Groundwater.

Social service provision supported by technology

Monitoring child care in adverse circumstances, Andy Bilson
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Rafferty, Jackie (ed.) (1999) Volume 12, Nos. 1 and 2. Social services in the information society: closing the gap. New Technology in the Human Services, 1-132.

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UpFront, Jackie Rafferty.

Information technology for specific user groups

Internet based information and support: use by parents of children with disabilities Nancy Shank, Debbie Laible, Virginia Murphy-Berman and Gregg Wright.

DISCUS - Using Internet based technology to support the practical aspects of care, D. F. Paulson and C. A. Nicolle

Experience of an electronic newspaper service for the blind, Paolo Graziani and Laura Burzagli.

Computer work in sheltered employment: a systematic approach for qualification, Klaus J. Zink, Frank Leidermann and Harald Weber.

Rehabilitation information system for people with disabilities, Alexander Shoshmin, Natalie Martynova and Anna Riabokon.

Virtual networks for language therapy - experiences, Magnus Magnusson and Marianne Christensen.

Establishment of the network in the field of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) in Finland, Tuula Petdkoski-Hult.

Videoconferencing in psychiatry, Marja-Leena Mielonen, Juha Moring, Arte Ohinmaa and Matti Isohanni.

Personalised software application compensating memory disorders, Jaana Leikas, Juha Pdrkkd and Petteri Jdmsd.

Computer based interventions for assisting people who have suffered trauma, Bryan Williams, D. Ramanee Peiris, Peter Gregor, Norman Aim, Susan Gumming, Gillian Flockhart and Marjory Groundwater.

Social service provision supported by technology

Monitoring child care in adverse circumstances, Andy Bilson

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Published date: 1999
Organisations: Social Sciences

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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/386659
ISSN: 0950-0684
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