What parents find important in the support of a child with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities
Child: Care, Health, and Development,

Jansen SLG et al. – This study shows that parents with children with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities (PIMD) find family–centred principles in the professional support of their children important. Although the majority of parents are satisfied with the support provided for their children, a substantial minority of the parents indicated that they did not receive the support they find important.

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