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Sarah and the Social Role Valorization Model
A case study on the professional help offered to a CP patient who attends university.
# 137160 | 750 words | 1 source | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Sociology (Social Work)

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This paper is a case study explaining three models led by SRV in guiding professional help for a CP patient to attend university, now choosing between jobs in able or disabled settings. The paper posits that the concern of SRV for improving quality of life by ensuring valuation, legitimation of requests, and dedication to a positive outcome for all interactions with disabled person seems most promising.

From the Paper:

"The case of a young woman with Cerebral Palsy requiring a scooter, time to verbalize her thoughts and minimal assistance in attending school shows the trials of adapting to a university setting. Sarah joined an institution that did not respond actively to her small requests during the time when she was adjusting to larger classes. In her previous school she could rely on classmates to move her electric typewriter during room changes in a one-story facility but at university she could not find a helper, reach upper story sites, and was left alone to devise ways to set..."

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