Delaktighet vid boende i gruppbostad enligt LSS : En kvalitativ studie om stödpersonals upplevelser
Sammanfattning: The Support and Service Act (LSS) is a rights law that is intended to guarantee good living conditions for people with extensive and permanent disabilities. The law is intended to make it possible to receive support to be able to "live like others". The National Board of Health and Welfare describes participation as a "fundamental part of the law's values”. Participation is also one of the general principles in the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. The purpose of this qualitative essay is to increase knowledge of support staff's perceptions of users' participation, and the purpose and questions have been answered through semi-structured interviews with five support staff at a group home. The theory is based om Shiers model for participation. The results showed how important support staff's attitude is in creating participation, but also how crucial augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) is, how support staff need to perceive and interpret the residents' behavior and other expressions and that the residents have different opportunities for participation depending on whether the decisions to be made are of a concrete or more abstract nature.
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