What makes them feel like they do? Investigating the subjective well-being in people with severe and profound disabilities.

@article{Vos2010WhatMT,
  title={What makes them feel like they do? Investigating the subjective well-being in people with severe and profound disabilities.},
  author={Pieter Vos and Paul P De Cock and Katja Petry and Wim van den Noortgate and Bea Maes},
  journal={Research in developmental disabilities},
  year={2010},
  volume={31 6},
  pages={1623-32}
}
BACKGROUND Because of the problems measuring subjective well-being in people with severe and profound intellectual disabilities, there are no studies to date which explore the factors contributing to the subjective well-being in these groups. We wanted to explore the client and service characteristics contributing to the subjective well-being of persons with severe and profound intellectual disabilities, as measured by the MIPQ (Ross & Oliver, 2003). MATERIALS AND METHODS The MIPQ was… CONTINUE READING

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