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Planning a health education programme for the elderly visually impaired person--a focus group study.
Focus group methodology was used with the aim of learning how persons with the diagnosis of age-related macular degeneration perceived and described their disease, and how the disease had changedExpand
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Parents' views of the efficacy of conductive education in Sweden
Parents of children who have participated in a conductive education programme in Sweden were asked questions about their reasons for choosing the programme, the expectations they had of it and howExpand
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‘The pieces fall into place’: the views of three Swedish habilitation teams on conductive education and support of disabled children
  • L. Lind
  • Medicine
  • International journal of rehabilitation research…
  • 1 March 2003
A survey concerning how Swedish habilitation staff view the support of disabled children and their families was conducted in 2001. It focused on what support the staff knew about, offered andExpand
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Parental expectations from three different perspectives: What are they based on?
The aim of this article is to highlight parental expectations as they are expressed in three different studies: an intervention programme, a study on conductive education and a study on informationExpand
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'Raising the bar': views on play and training in the Move & Walk pedagogy
The aim of the study was to find out what expectations parents of children with cerebral palsy had of courses at the Move & Walk Institute, whether their expectations changed during the courses andExpand
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One more time! : parents' and habilitation teams' conceptions of conductive education and support to children with motor disabilities
The aim of this dissertation has been to increase the knowledge about support to children with CP injuries and to find out what they and their families need, expect, desire and can hope to receive.Expand
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The pieces fall into place": the views of three Swedish habilitation teams on conductive education and support of disabled children.
A survey concerning how Swedish habilitation staff view the support of disabled children and their families was conducted in 2001. It focused on what support the staff knew about, offered andExpand
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