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Quality of Life and Quality of Support for People with Severe Intellectual Disability and Complex Needs

By: Beadle-Brown, J.
Contributor(s): Leigh, J | Whelton, B | Richardson, L | Beecham, J | Baumker, T | Bradshaw, J.
Series: Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities 29 (5) September 2016: 409-421. 2016Subject(s): SEVERE PROFOUND AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | COMPLEX NEEDS | QUALITY OF LIFE | SUPPORT STAFF | ACTIVE SUPPORTOnline resources: Click to read article online IHC Library Members Summary: This paper has four main aims: 1.To describe the quality of life across a range of domains of people with severe intellectual disabilities and complex needs living in small community-based settings in the UK. 2.To describe the quality of support that people receive from staff across a number of domains – active support, support for communication, autism-friendly practices and positive behaviour support. 3.To identify, if possible, the best variable to represent ‘skilled’ support for this group of people.
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This paper has four main aims: 1.To describe the quality of life across a range of domains of people with severe intellectual disabilities and complex needs living in small community-based settings in the UK. 2.To describe the quality of support that people receive from staff across a number of domains – active support, support for communication, autism-friendly practices and positive behaviour support. 3.To identify, if possible, the best variable to represent ‘skilled’ support for this group of people.

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