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Factors influencing attentiveness of people with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities to multisensory storytelling

By: Ten Brug, Annet.
Contributor(s): Van der Putten, Annette A. J | Penne, Anneleen | Maes, Bea | Vlaskamp, Carla.
Series: Journal of Policy and Practice in Intellectual Disabilities 12 (3) September 2015: 190-198. 2015Subject(s): PROFOUND INTELLECTUAL AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | ATTENTION | MULTISENSORY STORYTELLINGOnline resources: Click to read article online IHC Library Members Summary: Multisensory storytelling (MSST) is a storytelling method developed for people with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities (PIMD). The developers of MSST have established specific guidelines aimed at increasing the listener’s attention. Whether, and to what extent, these guidelines indeed increase the listener’ attentiveness is unknown. This study analyzed the relationship between the effects of these guidelines and the attentiveness of listeners with PIMD.
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Multisensory storytelling (MSST) is a storytelling method developed for people with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities (PIMD). The developers of MSST have established specific guidelines aimed at increasing the listener’s attention. Whether, and to what extent, these guidelines indeed increase the listener’ attentiveness is unknown. This study analyzed the relationship between the effects of these guidelines and the attentiveness of listeners with PIMD.

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