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Quality-enhancing interventions for people with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities : a review of the empirical research literature

By: Maes, Bea.
Contributor(s): et al | Hostyn, Ine | Lambrechts, Greet.
Series: Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability 32 (3) 2007: 163-178.Publisher: 2007Subject(s): EFFECTIVENESS | INTERVENTION | LITERATURE REVIEWS | PROFOUND INTELLECTUAL AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | QUALITY OF LIFE | SUPPORT SERVICESSummary: Provides an overview of empirical research on the effectiveness of quality-enhancing interventions for people with profound and multiple disabilities. Contends that current research gives only limited insight into the effectiveness of interventions and further studies of larger groups with more robust designs are warranted.
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Provides an overview of empirical research on the effectiveness of quality-enhancing interventions for people with profound and multiple disabilities. Contends that current research gives only limited insight into the effectiveness of interventions and further studies of larger groups with more robust designs are warranted.

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