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Increasing day service staff capacity to facilitate positive relationships with people with severe intellectual disability: Evaluation of a new intervention using multiple baseline design

By: Johnson, Hilary.
Contributor(s): Bigby, Christine | Iacono, Teresa | Douglas, Jacinta | Katthagen, Sarah | Bould, Emma.
Series: Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability 42 (4) December 2017: 391-402. 2017Subject(s): SEVERE PROFOUND AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | ADULTS | SUPPORT STAFF | STAFF CLIENT RELATIONSHIPS | INTERVENTION | ENGAGEMENT | AUSTRALIA | SOCIAL RELATIONSHIP MODELOnline resources: Click to read article online IHC Library Members Summary: The social relationships model was developed to describe positive relationships between support staff and people with intellectual disability. The research question was: Does an intervention based on the relationship model lead to change in the frequency of relationship processes between direct support staff and people with severe intellectual disability who are users of day services?
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The social relationships model was developed to describe positive relationships between support staff and people with intellectual disability. The research question was: Does an intervention based on the relationship model lead to change in the frequency of relationship processes between direct support staff and people with severe intellectual disability who are users of day services?

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