Children with learning disabilities talking about their everyday lives

K. Stalker, C. Connors, Gordon Grant (Editor), Paul Ramcharan (Editor), Malcolm Richardson (Editor), Margaret Flynn (Editor)

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    Abstract

    This chapter reports on what children with disabilities in one study say about their everyday life. It begins by identifying some theoretical frameworks which help to make sense of children's accounts and place them in a wider context. Methods and results are presented and implications fort policy and practice are discussed.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationLearning Disability: A Life Cycle Approach 2nd ed
    Place of PublicationMaidenhead, United Kingdom
    Number of pages515
    Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2010

    Keywords

    • children
    • learning disability
    • everyday life
    • disability
    • impairment
    • social relational model
    • education
    • school
    • sociology of childhood
    • siblings
    • friendship
    • care services

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    Stalker, K., Connors, C., Grant, G. (Ed.), Ramcharan, P. (Ed.), Richardson, M. (Ed.), & Flynn, M. (Ed.) (2010). Children with learning disabilities talking about their everyday lives. In Learning Disability: A Life Cycle Approach 2nd ed