Executive summary Introduction Method Results Discussion References Appendix 1 Search terms Appendix 2 List of papers included Appendix 3 Domains addressed by each paper Back to Overview Appendix 3 Domains addressed by each paper


Map of domains for which information obtained from each paper from each plus inclusion of matched group comparison across settings.

Y indicates domain dealt with in some detail. Where only one specific aspect of that domain explored then this is indicated with text

Paper

Social inclusion

Physical well-being

Inter-personal relations

Material well-being

Emotional well-being

Self-determin-ation

Personal development

Rights

Cost

Other

Matched groups

1. Mansell and Beasley (1993)         

Staffing and staff support

 
2. Dockrell, et al (1995)

Y

Access and use of community facilities

    

Y Choice/freedom to choose

Y

Participation in domestic activities

Y

Privacy

Y

Staffing

 
3. Hatton et al 1995 

Y

  • Contact with health profs;
  • Outings

Y

 

Y

Stereotypy

 

Y

Constructive activity

 

Y

  • Staffing and support
  • Social climate
  • Staff 'care'

Yes post hoc

4. Hatton et al (1996) 

Y

  • Contact with health profs;
  • Outings

Y

 

Y

Stereotypy

 

Y

Constructive activity

 

Y

  • Staffing and support
  • Social climate
  • Staff 'care'

Yes post hoc

5. Janssen et al (1999)

Y

Y

Y

Y

 

Y

Y activities

Y

Privacy, Freedom

 

Staff 'care'

Yes but no stats

6. Emerson et al (2000b)

Y

Community activities, opportunities

Y

Y

 

Y

Stereotypy

Y

Y

Scheduled activity

 

Y

  • Staffing
  • Staff support
  • Social climate
  • Working practices

Two matched groups

7. Emerson et al (2000c); 

Y

Y

 

Y

Y

  

Y

  • Homeliness
  • Staff support
  • Social climate
  • Parents views

Small sub-sample matched

8. Robertson et al (2000b) 

Y

Medication

     

Y

   
9. Emerson et al (2000a) 

Y

Medication

  

Y

Challenging behaviour

  

Y

  • Restraint, Seclusion
  • Sedation
   
10. Robertson et al (2000a) 

Y

         
11. Robertson et al (2001);  

Y

        
12. Gregory et al (2001)    

Y

Satisfaction

      
13. Walsh et al (2001)  

Y

Family contact

      

Family views

 
14. Hallam et al (2002)        

Y

  
15. Emerson (2004)

Y

Community activities

Y

Y

Social networks

Y

Employment

  

Y

Y

Challenging behaviour treatment; privacy

 
  • Staffing
  • Environment

No but statistically controlled

16. McConkey et al (2005)

Y

Community activities

Y

Leisure

Y

Y

 

Y

Y

Learn new skills

  

Environment

 
17. Young (2006)

Y

Y

Y

Y

 

Y

Y

   

Yes

18. Owen et al (2007) 

Y

Domestic activity

Y

 

Y

Y

     
19. McConkey et al (2007)

Y

 

Y