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Analysis of daytime activities for children with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities in specific settings

By: Maes, Bea.
Contributor(s): Vos, Pieter | Penne, Anneleen.
Series: British Journal of Developmental Disabilities no 111 2010: 123-136.Publisher: 2010Subject(s): CHILDREN | PROFOUND INTELLECTUAL AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | ACTIVITIES | BELGIUMSummary: Analysed the amount and nature of activities for children with profound and multiple disabilities in different settings. Presents and results and suggests ways that schools and services could create the necessary conditions to offer these children stimulating and developmental activities that are geared to their individual capabilities and limitations and to their personal interests and preferences.
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Analysed the amount and nature of activities for children with profound and multiple disabilities in different settings. Presents and results and suggests ways that schools and services could create the necessary conditions to offer these children stimulating and developmental activities that are geared to their individual capabilities and limitations and to their personal interests and preferences.

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