Social Role Valorization provides a framework for upgrading the social status of people at risk of devaluation and even those already devalued. This article examines one particular service model - the traditional respite service model - to assess the ways the potential for valued roles is facilitated or impeded, and what steps might be taken to increase the chances that children especially, but also their parents might receive the benefits that valued social roles may bring.
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John Armstrong & Lynda Shevellar
1 January 1970
Accommodation, Respite, Social Role Valorisation