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Identifying expressions of pleasure and displeasure by persons with profound and multiple disabilities

By: Petry, Katja.
Contributor(s): Maes, Bea.
Series: Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability 31 (1) 2006: 28-38.Publisher: 2006Subject(s): COMMUNICATION | HAPPINESS | PROFOUND INTELLECTUAL AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | QUALITY OF LIFESummary: Explores a procedure for drafting individualised profiles of how people with profound multiple disabilities express pleasure and displeasure. Describes the methodology and discusses the results. Believes the procedure may be useful in services or schools for learning more about the affective communication of these individuals, to determine their specific interests and to evaluate the effects of living and support characteristics on their wellbeing.
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Explores a procedure for drafting individualised profiles of how people with profound multiple disabilities express pleasure and displeasure. Describes the methodology and discusses the results. Believes the procedure may be useful in services or schools for learning more about the affective communication of these individuals, to determine their specific interests and to evaluate the effects of living and support characteristics on their wellbeing.

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