Mental Disorder, Work Disability, and the Law
This book will be of great value to scholars in law and the mental health professions and to policy makers and the administrators of disability programs.
Work Disability and the Fabric of Mental Health Law: An Introduction by Richard J. Bonnie
1: Serious and Severe Mental Illness and Work: What Do We Know?
Laura J. Milazzo-Sayre, Marilyn J. Henderson, Ronald W. Manderscheid.
2: Employment Patterns among Persons with and without Mental Conditions
Edward H. Yelin, Miriam G. Cisternas.
3: "No Other Way to Go": Pathways to Disability Income Application among Persons with Severe Persistent Mental Illness
Sue E. Estroff, Catherine Zimmer, William S. Lachicotte, Julia Benoit, Donald L. Patrick.
4: Mental Disorders, Work, and Choice
John S. Strauss, Larry Davidson.
5: Economic Opportunities and Disincentives for People with Mental Illness
Richard Warner, Paul Polak.
6: Mental Disabilities and the Disability Fabric
Ellen Smith Pryor
7: The Americans with Disabilities Act, Mental Disability, and Work
Christopher G. Bell
8: Equality and Difference in the ADA: Unintended Consequences for Employment of People with Mental Health Disabilities
Jean Campbell, Caroline L. Kaufmann.
9: Making the ADA Work for People with Psychiatric Disabilities
Laura Lee Hall
10: Mental Disabilities, Equal Opportunity, and the ADA
Richard J. Bonnie, John Monahan.