Families and People with Mental Retardation and Quality of Life: International Perspectives
Ann P. Turnbull, Ivan Brown, H. Rutherford Turnbull
American Association on Mental Retardation, 2004 - Education - 320 pages
Shares perspectives of family members, researchers, and policy leaders from five countries on quality of life within families living with a person with an intellectual disability. This book includes a discussion on future research, programs, and policies.
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1 Core Quality Of Life Domains And Indicators
Family Quality Of Life Inquiry in Five Countries
1 Poston Family Needs In Three Service System Strands
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