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Promoting Social Scaffolding Behaviors in Staff Members and Peer‐Directed Behaviors Among Persons With Profound Intellectual and Multiple Disabilities : An Intervention Study

By: Nijs, Sara.
Contributor(s): Vlaskamp, Carla | Maes, Bea.
Series: Journal of Policy and Practice in Intellectual Disabilities 15 (2) June 2018: 124-135. 2018Subject(s): PROFOUND INTELLECTUAL AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | PEER RELATIONSHIPS | INTERVENTION | EFFECTIVENESS | STAFF TRAINING | BELGIUM | SOCIAL SCAFFOLDINGOnline resources: Click to read article online IHC Library Members Summary: Explored if peer‐directed behaviors among persons with PIMD can be increased by an intervention that is focused on training the staff in providing social scaffolding behaviors toward their clients.
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Explored if peer‐directed behaviors among persons with PIMD can be increased by an intervention that is focused on training the staff in providing social scaffolding behaviors toward their clients.

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