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Self‐Advocacy as a Means to Positive Identities for People with Intellectual Disability: ‘We Just Help Them, Be Them Really’

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Stigma attached to having an intellectual disability has negative implications for the social identities and inclusion of people with intellectual disability.
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Keywords: intellectual disability; participation; self‐advocacy; social identity; social inclusion

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2017

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