Nancy L. Eiesland, The Disabled God, Toward a Liberatory Theology of Disability, 1994, Abingdon Press, Nashville, TN. A theological perspective on disability and the disability rights movement that calls for empowerment, integration and wholeness.
That All May Worship, An Interfaith Welcome to People With Disabilities, 2005, The National Organization on Disabilities, Washington, D.C.. This is a useful handbook covering a variety of possible challenges, caregiver concerns, practical tips, and inspiration.This is a recommended core resource for a Spirituality and Aging collection.
Erik Carter, Including People With Disabilities in Faith Communities, 2007, Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co., Baltimore, Maryland. Information and exercises in this book will help faith communities reflect on their inclusivity and develop ways to break down barriers, physical and attitudinal.This is a recommended core resource for a Spirituality and Aging collection.
Kristine L. Franklin, Illlustrated by Terea Shaffer, The Old, Old Man and the Very Little Boy, 1992, Atheneum, New York. A sweet story set in an African village; Old Father reveals that he was once a boy. This is a recommended core resource for spiritual communities.
Zalman Schachter Shalomi and Ronald S. Miller, From Ageing to Sage-ing, A Profound New Vision of Growing Older, 1995, Grand Central Publishing, New York, NY. This book on spiritual eldering, personal and social transformation includes exercises and is a recommended core resource.