Article, published in this excellent publisher, is important because it has an interdisciplinary approach very original and very rich. With great balance it brings together educational sciences, medicine, psychology, psychiatry. The effective mode helping to review the issues addressed with a new science and culture optical. The term “pluridisabled children” broadly denotes a diagnostic area which is referred to in the scientific literature using a range of terminology. The English-language literature predominantly uses the term PIMD (Profound Intellectual and Multiple Disabilities), while the Frenchlanguage literature prefers the word polyhandicap. Both definitions emphasize the coexistence of cognitive, motor, and sensory impairments. The Special Interest Research Group on Profound and Multiple Disabilities, a sub-organization of the International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disability (IASSID), highlights the key characteristic of such people: significant motor and intellectual impairments (Nakken and Vlaskamp, 2007)

Families with Pluridisabled Children: The Parental Point of View on their Relationship with Health and Social Services

CALDIN, ROBERTA;
2015

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Article, published in this excellent publisher, is important because it has an interdisciplinary approach very original and very rich. With great balance it brings together educational sciences, medicine, psychology, psychiatry. The effective mode helping to review the issues addressed with a new science and culture optical. The term “pluridisabled children” broadly denotes a diagnostic area which is referred to in the scientific literature using a range of terminology. The English-language literature predominantly uses the term PIMD (Profound Intellectual and Multiple Disabilities), while the Frenchlanguage literature prefers the word polyhandicap. Both definitions emphasize the coexistence of cognitive, motor, and sensory impairments. The Special Interest Research Group on Profound and Multiple Disabilities, a sub-organization of the International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disability (IASSID), highlights the key characteristic of such people: significant motor and intellectual impairments (Nakken and Vlaskamp, 2007)
2015
Innovative Practice and Interventions for Children and Adolescents with Psychosocial Difficulties and Disabilities
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Simone Visentin; Roberta Caldin; Lino Chiandetti
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