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The lost years : From Levin Farm Mental Deficiency Colony to Kimberley Centre / Anne Hunt

By: Hunt, Anne.
Anne Hunt : Foxton, NZ : 2000Description: 364 pages : illustrations : 27 cm.ISBN: 0473067552.Subject(s): INSTITUTIONS | HISTORY | KIMBERLEY CENTRE | PSYCHOPAEDIC HOSPITALS | INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | HISTORY | INSTITUTIONAL CARE | INSTITUTIONAL LIFE | INSTITUTIONALISATION | NEW ZEALAND
Contents:
Foreword by Robert Martin. - 1. Early trends. - 2. Life on the farm. - 3. never the twain shall meet. - 4. Rapid expansions. - 5. Psychopaedic pioneers. - 6. The training concept. - 7. Development of industries. - 8. Breaking new ground. - 9. The Cindarella of services. - 10. The self-contained village. - 11. Nursin networks. - 12. Behaviour modification. - 13. An administration milestone. - 14. Who cares? - 15. The recreational spectrum. - 17. Specialisation. - 18. Voluntary ventures. - 19. battling the inevitable. - 20. Casualities of uncertainty. - 21. A quality of life. - 22. An international influence. - 23. Empowerment. - 24. Restructuring. - 25. Challenging times. - 26. The last class. - 27. Lifestyle options. - 28. Transition planning. - 29. Waiting for the Minister. - 30. taking stock.
Summary: A history of Kimberley Centre in Levin, a psychopaedic institution for people with an intellectual disability, and the stories of those who have lived and worked there.
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Foreword by Robert Martin. - 1. Early trends. - 2. Life on the farm. - 3. never the twain shall meet. - 4. Rapid expansions. - 5. Psychopaedic pioneers. - 6. The training concept. - 7. Development of industries. - 8. Breaking new ground. - 9. The Cindarella of services. - 10. The self-contained village. - 11. Nursin networks. - 12. Behaviour modification. - 13. An administration milestone. - 14. Who cares? - 15. The recreational spectrum. - 17. Specialisation. - 18. Voluntary ventures. - 19. battling the inevitable. - 20. Casualities of uncertainty. - 21. A quality of life. - 22. An international influence. - 23. Empowerment. - 24. Restructuring. - 25. Challenging times. - 26. The last class. - 27. Lifestyle options. - 28. Transition planning. - 29. Waiting for the Minister. - 30. taking stock.

A history of Kimberley Centre in Levin, a psychopaedic institution for people with an intellectual disability, and the stories of those who have lived and worked there.

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