School participation and social networks of children with complex communication needs, physical disabilities, and typically developing peers.

@article{Raghavendra2012SchoolPA,
  title={School participation and social networks of children with complex communication needs, physical disabilities, and typically developing peers.},
  author={Parimala Raghavendra and Catherine Olsson and Janelle Sampson and Rachael McInerney and Timothy Minton Connell},
  journal={Augmentative and alternative communication},
  year={2012},
  volume={28 1},
  pages={
          33-43
        }
}
The aim of the study was to describe and compare the school participation and social networks of children with physical disabilities and complex communication needs (Group CCN), children with physical disabilities only (Group PD), and children with typical development (Group TD). The 39 participants, 10-15 years of age, were observed for 4 hours at school. School staff and the parent and/or child provided information on children's social networks. A striking observation was that, while… CONTINUE READING

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