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Children with profound and multiple learning difficulties : laughter, capability and relating to others

By: Brigg, G.
Contributor(s): Schuitema, K | Vorhaus, J.
Series: Disability & Society 31 (9) 2016: 1175-1189.Publisher: 2016Subject(s): Webb, Tim | CHILDREN | HUMOUR | PROFOUND INTELLECTUAL AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | RELATIONSHIPS | OILY CARTOnline resources: Click to read article online IHC Library Members Summary: Considers how laughter is displayed in the lives of four children with profound and multiple learning difficulties and disabilities (PMLD), and reflects on what this reveals about their capabilities and relationships. Suggests that laughter, and involvement in humorous interaction, enables children with PMLD to express themselves, to develop relations with others and to be seen as fully our fellow human beings.
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Considers how laughter is displayed in the lives of four children with profound and multiple learning difficulties and disabilities (PMLD), and reflects on what this reveals about their capabilities and relationships. Suggests that laughter, and involvement in humorous interaction, enables children with PMLD to express themselves, to develop relations with others and to be seen as fully our fellow human beings.

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