School ’ s social environment in relation to participation and well-being of young adolescents with self-rated neurodevelopmental problems

@inproceedings{Meng2018SchoolS,
  title={School ’ s social environment in relation to participation and well-being of young adolescents with self-rated neurodevelopmental problems},
  author={Qi Meng},
  year={2018}
}
Author: Qi Meng School’s social environment in relation to participation and well-being of young adolescents with self-rated neurodevelopmental problems Pages: 45 Young adolescents with neurodevelopmental disabilities tend to have lower levels of participation and poorer well-being compare to their typically developing peers. School is a key setting for adolescents to participate. School’s social environment is found to be influential to both participation and well-being for young adolescents… CONTINUE READING
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