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Bereavement and loss : developing a memory box to support a young woman with profound learning disabilities

By: Young, Hannah.
Contributor(s): Garrard, Brenda.
Series: British Journal of Learning Disabilities 44 (1) March 2016: 78-84. 2016Subject(s): SEVERE PROFOUND AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | BEREAVEMENT | MEMORY | MEMORY BOXOnline resources: Click to read article online IHC Library Members Summary: Notes that supporting bereaved people with profound learning disabilities still remains an under-researched area. Moreover, the barriers of communication and disenfranchised grief mean that they often do not receive the support they require, leading to emotional and behavioural difficulties. Describes research using a case study design, which explored how a memory box was used to support the bereavement process with one young woman, Claire, and the outcomes for herself and her family.
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Notes that supporting bereaved people with profound learning disabilities still remains an under-researched area. Moreover, the barriers of communication and disenfranchised grief mean that they often do not receive the support they require, leading to emotional and behavioural difficulties. Describes research using a case study design, which explored how a memory box was used to support the bereavement process with one young woman, Claire, and the outcomes for herself and her family.

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