Självbestämmande och inflytande utifrån LSS värdegrund : En studie av brukarnas självbestämmande och inflytande i vardagsrutiner ur ett assistentperspektiv
The purpose of this study was to find out how special needs users ' autonomy and influence in their daily routines is described by their assistants. What interpretations of the concepts of self-determination and influence on special needs users' daily routines emerge from the assistants statements and what conditions can be seen? To reach a conclusion, focus group as a method was used. The focus group met twice to discuss this topic. The diamond method was used as stimulus material to support the discussion in the focus group. In the study it was possible to use empirical material from care service under study that was then interpreted using hermeneutic theory. The analysis and results section was divided into two main themes and related sub themes. What emerged from the study was that the approach assistants had when they met the special needs users´ in his or her daily routines affected the possibilities for the special needs users´ self-determination and influence in their daily lives. Participants in the focus group agreed upon that self-determination was to be involved in the decisions made about the special needs users´ own lives. The factor affecting the outcomes regarding the special needs users´ self-determination and influence was the availability of supportive equipment was also an aspect that was emphasized. Lewin's interpretation of LSS values was used as the theoretical basis of this paper.
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