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Culture in better group homes for people with intellectual disability at severe levels

By: Bigby, Christine.
Contributor(s): Beadle-Brown, Julie.
Series: Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities 54 (5) October 2016: 316-331. 2016Subject(s): SEVERE PROFOUND AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | GROUP HOMES | CULTURE | QUALITY OF SERVICES | STAFF CLIENT RELATIONSHIPS | AUSTRALIAOnline resources: Click to read article online IHC Library Members Summary: This study adds to the limited body of evidence about factors that affect the quality of group homes services in Australia and the effective implementation of visionary policies about social inclusion of people with intellectual disability. It has for the first time described the nature of culture associated with group homes that have better quality-of-life outcomes. This knowledge has the potential to inform quality assessment frameworks, staff training and the organizational structures and processes of disability service organizations.
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This study adds to the limited body of evidence about factors that affect the quality of group homes services in Australia and the effective implementation of visionary policies about social inclusion of people with intellectual disability. It has for the first time described the nature of culture associated with group homes that have better quality-of-life outcomes. This knowledge has the potential to inform quality assessment frameworks, staff training and the organizational structures and processes of disability service organizations.

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