The contribution of academic courses (2016) that given in cooperation with the Shalem Foundation to the changes in attitudes toward people with Intellectual Developmental Disability

Catalog # 197 | PhD. Adi Levi Vered, Maya Sabag, Bosmat Hoch

This study was carried out by 'Michlol'- the Assessment and Measurement Unit of the Shalem Foundation
The Shalem Foundation, in cooperation with the Community Service (the unit of treatment for people with Intellectual Developmental Disability), initiates and supports courses in various fields aimed to providing future or present professionals, focused knowledge about the needs and possible solutions of people with Intellectual Developmental Disability, at their own field of professional
This assessment is intended to examine the effectiveness of the activity in this area, while focusing on the issue of changing attitudes regarding to the quality of life of people with Intellectual Developmental Disability, following participation in these courses
In addition, the assessment examines the quality of the courses in the eyes of the students and the factors that influence the most on the students in their framework

To read the full assessment report in Hebrew press here

To read the Executive Summary presentation in Hebrew press here

Key words

People with intellectual developmental disabilities
Research, assessment and measurement
Attitudes and social perceptions
Shalem Fund study


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