5 edition of Quality of life for persons with intellectual and other developmental disabilities found in the catalog.
Quality of life for persons with intellectual and other developmental disabilities
Robert L. Schalock
by American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in Washington, DC
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Robert L. Schalock, James F. Gardner, Valerie J. Bradley.|
|Contributions||Gardner, James F., 1946-, Bradley, Valerie J., American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.|
|LC Classifications||HV1570 .S335 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007008026|
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The field of intellectual disability (ID) is strongly influenced by the Quality of Life paradigm (QOL), from a research, a practice-based, and a policy-oriented perspective [ 1 – 5 ]. This QOL framework supports the equality of persons, which is reflected in concepts such as self-determination, emancipation, inclusion, and empowerment.
In Cited by: The most complete book available on children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, this core textbook is perfect for any course focused on disabilities.
No other text on this subject is all of these things at once: broad and deep, with thorough, up-to-date information on intervention, education, family roles, health issues, specific disabilities such as Down syndrome and. People with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD)* must be able to live the lives they choose and have a good quality of life.
Issue. People with IDD often do not have the services, supports and personal relationships they want and need to lead a full life in the community.
The book brings you a solid discussion on what quality of lifemeans today in the field of intellectual disability; summarizes literature on quality of life and how it has affected management strategies and leadership; provides examples of how the concept of quality of life can be applied with individuals as well as systems; and shows how 5/5(1).
Schalock, R.L., Gardner, J.F. and Bradley, V.J. () Quality of Life. For People with Intellectual and Other Developmental Disabilities. Applications across. With respect to people who have intellectual and other developmental disabilities, the validity of the DSM has been challenged because of concerns that it is culturally biased or that it cannot be used accurately in persons with limited cognitive abilities or those with problems in communication.
Mikkelson and McKenna () argued that DSM. This book contains a series of articles written by international experts in the fields of intellectual disability and quality of life.
These articles explore a broad range of issues that impact on the quality of life of people with intellectual disabilities and their families.
Table of Contents for Quality of life for persons with intellectual and other developmental disabilities: applications across individuals, organizations, communities, and systems / Robert L. Schalock, James F.
Gardner, Valerie J. Bradley, available from the Library of Congress. 1. Introduction. The field of intellectual disability (ID) is strongly influenced by the Quality of Life paradigm (QOL), from a research, a practice-based, and a policy-oriented perspective [1–5].This QOL framework supports the equality of persons, which is reflected in concepts such as self-determination, emancipation, inclusion, and by: Predictors of Quality of Life of persons with Intellectual Disability Cristina Simões & Sofia Santos Introduction QOL is a multidimensional concept and includes subjective and objective indicators (Schalock & Verdugo, ).
QOL comprises universal (etic) and culture-bound (emic) properties and should improve the human functioning’ understanding. People with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) often have fewer opportunities to create and maintain friendships. In fact, it is not uncommon for people with IDD to consider their paid staff friends, which is problematic given high staff turnover and a lack of reciprocity, a key element of friendship.
The aim of this study is to explore the relationships between friendship and Cited by: 3. Quality of life of persons with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities: A narrative literature review of concepts, assessment methods and assessors Appolonia M.
Nieuwenhuijse a, Dick L. Willems a, Johannes B. van Goudoever b,c, Michael A. Echteld d,e andCited by: 3. This book provides a broad overview of quality health care for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).
It focuses on providing the reader a practical approach to dealing with the health and well-being of people with IDD in general terms as well as in dealing with specific conditions.
Thinking about the current state of affairs in residential and day services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (ID/DD) prompted reflection first on the conditions and. People with intellectual and developmental disabilities enjoy the quality of life of their own determination For the strengths of the world to be used in positive ways to help the ﬁeld of intellectual and developmental disabilities, we en-vision a world where 6.
National and international leadership in intellectual and developmental File Size: KB. Abstract. This article examines challenges to the quality of life experienced by autistic adults.
1 The author, who is an autistic researcher, first shares how a neurodiversity perspective offers an important alternative to the deficit model of autism. Whereas the deficit model portrays autistic people as ill, broken, and in need of fixing, the neurodiversity perspective portrays it as a form Cited by: This chapter presents a synopsis of the literature about quality of life (QOL) for persons with intellectual disabilities (ID).
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