The Rehabilitation of Hispanics Experiencing AcculturativeStress: Implications for Practice
Journal of Rehabilitation
This article defines the unique characteristics of acculturative stress encountered by HIspanic immigrants and documents the need for rehabilitative services for this group. Implications for rehabilitation practice are identified, including the need for (a) family, group, and community-based interventions; (b) good client counselor relationships; and (c) attention to language needs,
Smart, J. F., & Smart, D. W. (1994). The rehabilitation of Hispanics experiencing acculturative stress: Implications for practice. The Journal of Rehabilitation, 60(4), 8-12.