Oral health of people with physical and intellectual disabilities: Training carers of people with physical and intellectual disabilities
This study aimed to benefit the oral health and OHRQoL of two groups of people with special needs: ‘care recipients’ (directly and via their carers) and ‘employees’. The study aims reflect the different approaches used. For carers and care recipients, To provide a home-based intervention, training carers in providing improved oral care for adults with disabilities To evaluate the intervention by, Assessing the change in carer psychosocial factors pre- to post-training Benchmarking to a...[Show more]
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