Out of the Closet: Intimate Partner Violence as a Factor Contributing to Cognitive Disabilities
Entering the Closet: N's Dream Becomes a Nightmare Hidden in the Closet: Cognitive Damage and Intimate Partner Violence Concussions, Violence, and Dementia Pugilistica Peeking Through the Closet Door: A Social Model of Disability Traumatic Brain Injury, and Intimate Partner Violence Opening the Closet Door: Intimate Partner Abuse and Older Women Entering the Closet: Consideration of IPV and Cognitive Disability in Older Women Keeping the Closet Door Open: Using the Social Disability Model Conclusion References
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Roy Hanes is Associate Professor in the School of Social Work at Carleton University. His primary areas of teaching, research, practice and advocacy for the past forty years have been with people with disabilities.
Karen March is a sociologist and Associate Professor who holds the position of Director of the Pauline Jewett Institute of Women's and Gender Studies.
Ian Ford is a social worker living in Ottawa. Specializing in the area of disability, Ian works as a disability counsellor at Algonquin College and sits on the board of the Ontario Association of Social Workers.