Chapter in Book (1)

Table of Contents

Introduction: Disabled Children – Contested Caring, Anne Borsay, Pamela Dale;

Chapter 1: Club Feet and Charity: Children at the House of Charity, Soho, 1848–1914, Pat Starkey

Chapter 2: Insanity, Family and Community in Late-Victorian Britain, Amy Rebok Rosenthal

Chapter 3: The Mixed Economy of Welfare and the Care of Sick and Disabled Children in the South Wales Coalfield, c. 1850–1950, Steven Thompson

Chapter 4: The Question of Oralism and the Experiences of Deaf Children, 1880–1914, Mike Mantin

Chapter 5: Exploring Patient Experience In An Australian Institution For Children With Learning Disabilities, 1887–1933, Lee-Ann Monk, Corinne Manning

Chapter 6: From Representation to Experience: Disability in the British Advice Literature for Parents, 1890–1980, Anne Borsay

Chapter 7: Treating Children with Nonpulmonary Tuberculosis in Sweden: Apelviken, c. 1900–30, Staffan Förhammar, Marie C. Nelson

Chapter 8: Health Visiting and Disability Issues in England Before 1948, Pamela Dale

Chapter 9: Spanish Health Services and Polio Epidemics in the Twentieth Century: the ‘Discovery’ of a New Group of Disabled People, 1920–70, José Martínez-Pérez, María Isabel Porras, María José Báguena, Rosa Ballester

Chapter 10: Cured by Kindness? Child Guidance Services during the Second World War, Sue Wheatcroft

Chapter 11: Education, Training and Social Competence: Special Education in Glasgow Since 1945, Angela Turner

Chapter 12: Hyperactivity and American History, 1957–Present: Challenges to and Opportunities for Understanding, Matthew Smith