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A randomised controlled trial on evaluation of the clinical efficacy of massage therapy in a multisensory environment for residents with severe and profound intellectual disabilities : a pilot study

By: Chan, J. S. L.
Contributor(s): Chien, W. T.
Series: Journal of Intellectual Disability Research : Special Issue Mental Health and Intellectual Disability XXIXIII 61 (6) June 2017: 532-548. 2017Subject(s): SEVERE PROFOUND AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | CHALLENGING BEHAVIOUR | INTERVENTION | RELAXATION | EFFECTIVENESS | HONG KONG | MULTISENSORY ENVIRONMENT | MASSAGE THERAPY | BEHAVIOUR PROBLEM INVENTORY | BEHAVIOUR CHECKLIST | ALERTNESS OBSERVATION CHECKLISTOnline resources: Click to read article online IHC Library Members Summary: A preliminary clinical efficacy trial was conducted to evaluate the effects of massage therapy (MT) and multisensory environment (MSE) and their combined use for residents with intellectual disabilities in a long-term care facility on reducing their challenging behaviours. Discusses the findings.
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A preliminary clinical efficacy trial was conducted to evaluate the effects of massage therapy (MT) and multisensory environment (MSE) and their combined use for residents with intellectual disabilities in a long-term care facility on reducing their challenging behaviours. Discusses the findings.

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