Självbestämmande eller anpassning?: en studie om fritidsaktiviteter för personer med utvecklingsstörning boende på gruppbostad
Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
The aim of our study was to investigate how much self-determination persons with intellectual disabilities living in group-homes have when it comes to recreational activities. We studied what the recreational activities looked like, if there was any self-determination concerning recreational activities and which factors influenced self-determination for persons with intellectual disabilities. We used qualitative interviews with persons with intellectual disabilities, next of kin and personnel at group-homes. The result has been analyzed from earlier research, central concepts as self-determination and recreational activities and the theory of empowerment. The most important results that emerged in our study were; that recreational activities for persons with intellectual disabilities varied substantially, that there is a large number of to recreational activities available and no one seemed directly displeased with their recreational activities. Organized recreational activities mostly took place in segregated environments. This circumstance led to discussions within the interview-groups. The interviewed persons were of the opinion that there existed self-determination concerning recreational activities, however, there were many factors influencing the degree of self-determination. These factors were; the level of intellectual disability, the personnel at group-homes, organisation and personnel-resources, economy and public communications.
Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
2006. , 55 p.
Persons with intellectual disabilities, Recreational activities, Self-determination, Empowerment, Group-home
Personer med utvecklingsstörning, Fritid, Självbestämmande, Empowerment, Gruppbostad
IdentifiersURN: urn:nbn:se:su:diva-6587OAI: oai:DiVA.org:su-6587DiVA: diva2:196702