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Intérêts d’ateliers de groupe basés sur les habiletés sociales chez des adultes déficients intellectuels légers au sein d’un ESAT

Abstract : This dissertation examines the impact of social skills group workshops on social anxiety in adults with mild intellectual disabilities in a ESAT. We formed three groups, two internal and one external group, consisting of four to five participants. All of the participants have then been assessed pre and post protocol using the Liebowitz scale as well as the Vineland II. The workshops were conducted over ten sessions between late September and late January. Each session lasted one hour per week for each group. Our questionnaires showed some progress, but we were confronted with certain limitations, mostly material and temporal. However, we were able to report a decrease in social anxiety in all of the participants, and more social interactions thanks to the social skills workshops. Participants are less apprehensive about everyday situations, but we were not able to assess the impact on daily life in a quantitative way. On the qualitative level, participants applied the knowledge they acquired during the workshops in their personal and professional lives.
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Olivia Caron. Intérêts d’ateliers de groupe basés sur les habiletés sociales chez des adultes déficients intellectuels légers au sein d’un ESAT. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2020. ⟨dumas-02931546⟩

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