"It was just realizing ... that life isn't one big horror": a qualitative study of supported socialization.

@article{Davidson2001ItWJ,
  title={"It was just realizing ... that life isn't one big horror": a qualitative study of supported socialization.},
  author={Larry Davidson and Karl E. Haglund and David A. Stayner and Jaak Rakfeldt and Matthew J. Chinman and Jacob Kraemer Tebes},
  journal={Psychiatric rehabilitation journal},
  year={2001},
  volume={24 3},
  pages={
          275-92
        }
}
This report describes the qualitative component of a large-scale study of supported socialization. Paralleling the recent advances made through supported housing, supported employment, and supported education, this approach seeks to increase the involvement of individuals with psychiatric disabilities in naturally occurring social and recreational activities in community settings of their choice. After a review of social relationships and psychiatric disability, we describe the Partnership… CONTINUE READING
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