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Loss and profound intellectual disabilities : the significance of early separation responses

By: Young, Hannah.
Series: Advances in Mental Health and Intellectual Disabilities 10 (6) 2016:315-323. 2016Subject(s): PROFOUND INTELLECTUAL AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | BEREAVEMENT | ATTACHMENT | SEPARATION | NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL FUNCTIONING | PARTICIPATIONOnline resources: Click to read article online IHC Library Members Summary: Intellectual disabilities (ID) may complicate the experience of bereavement and loss, in those with communicative impairments compounded by complex healthcare needs and sensori-motor limitations. Whilst theorists have argued that the cognitive difficulties of people with profound ID impede mourning reactions, none have attempted to make sense of the responses they do exhibit. The current paper discusses this.
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Intellectual disabilities (ID) may complicate the experience of bereavement and loss, in those with communicative impairments compounded by complex healthcare needs and sensori-motor limitations. Whilst theorists have argued that the cognitive difficulties of people with profound ID impede mourning reactions, none have attempted to make sense of the responses they do exhibit. The current paper discusses this.

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