Standard care and telecare services: Comparing the effectiveness of two service systems with consumers with intellectual disabilities

  • Taber-Doughty T
  • Shurr J
  • Brewer J
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Onsite standard care and remote telecare supports were provided to adults with intellectual disabilities living in integrated community settings and evaluated in terms of effectiveness as consumers completed a series of novel household activities.

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  • Consumers
  • Independent living
  • Intellectual disabilities
  • Standard care
  • Telecare
  • Telehealth

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  • T. Taber-Doughty

  • J. Shurr

  • J. Brewer

  • S. Kubik

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