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Two classes are distinguished according to size: 15 and under, and 16 and over. The larger homes must have a nurse (LPN) on duty at all times, whereas the smaller homes need only have one on call. (2) Convalescent Homes: A nursing home whose residents are expected to stay for a reasonably short period of time for rehabilitation before they return to the community. (2) The County Home: type of nursing home whose residents are expected to stay for a reasonably short period of time for rehabilitation before they return to the community.

2) 16. Prisons: A building, usually with cells, where convicted criminals are confined or where accused persons are held while awaiting trial. (5) 1 = Baker, Seltzer, & Seltzer (1977) 2 = Heal, Novak, Sigelman, & Switzky (1980)3 = Lensink (1980)4 = Thompson (1977)5 = Webster (1980) A primary living environment for children and young adolescents would be to enable them to reside within the natural family (option #2). There are a multitude of personal reasons why parents choose to place a child with severe handicaps outside the home setting.

For example, two operation statements originate from The Association for Persons with Severe Handicaps (TASHformerly, The Association for the Severely Handicapped) and the Center for Human Policy at Syracuse University. The TASH Board of Directors passed the following resolution at its 1980 national conference: To realize the goals and objectives of The Association for the Severely Handicapped, the following resolution is adopted: In order to develop, learn, grow and live as fully as possible, persons with handicapping conditions require access to services which allow for longitudinal, comprehensive, systematic and chronological age appropriate interactions with persons without identified handicaps.

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