The present study examined the importance of some aspects of services received by individuals with a learning disability. All of the items were rated as important by over 85% of respondents. Only two significant differences were found among the participants in relation to (a) length of hospitalisation and (b) degree of learning disability, suggesting a consensus view. The relevance of evaluating the importance of aspects of service provision in relation to consumer satisfaction and quality of life research is discussed.
|Journal||British Journal of Learning Disabilities|
|Publication status||Published - 1999|