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This book documents the results of a qualitative study that exposes the nature and success of parental planning and the intersection of informal and formal sources of support. It looks retrospectively at the lives of a group of adults and examines what their lives have been like since their parents relinquished care.
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Seven older adults with cerebral palsy participated in in-depth interviews. The sample comprised 62 people aged 55 years and older who had intellectual disability and had lived with their parents until mid-adulthood. Analysis of the interviews identified overarching themes and recurrent topics in the data. An extensive case-finding strategy ensured that people unknown to specialist services were included in the sample. In-depth interviews were conducted with a person with a close long term relationship with each subject, service providers and 51 of the subjects. Nearly half the sample had a sibling who acted as their primary carer after the death of parents.
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Moving on Without Parents: Planning, Tranistions and Sources of Support for Middle Aged and Older Adults with Intellectual Disabilities. Sydney: Maclennan and Petty,, 2000.
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Moving on Without Parents. Planning, Transitions and Sources of Support for Middle-Aged and Older Adults With Intellectual Disability. Published October 2000 by Brookes Publishing Company.
Old age is often regarded as a time of reduced functional capacities, decreasing community participation and narrowing horizons. Moving on Without Parents: Planning, Transitions and Sources of Support for Middle-Aged and Older Adults With Intellectual Disability. Such views are sometimes reflected in the nature of programs an. More). Growing older together: ageing and people with learning disabilities and their family carers. MacLennan & Petty, Sydney. Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability, 33, 1, 76–86. Bigby, . Ozanne, E. and Gordon, M. 2002. Wark, . Hussain, R. and Edwards, H. 2014.