Child and Family Development (B.S.)
Document Type and Release Option
Thesis (open access)
Dr. Jerri Kropp and Dr. Brent Wolfe
This project addressed the perspectives of adults with developmental disabilities in a residential camp setting, with a particular focus on health beliefs. It involved 15 participants with a range of diagnoses in participatory action research using Photovoice, which is a technique that allows marginalized groups the ability to voice specific needs through photography. For the purposes of this project, subjects took photos and examined evidence of healthy living skills learned during the camp experience. After analyzing data collected, the researcher identified four separate definitions of health discussed by participants. Study findings suggest that the residential camp experience has a positive impact of understandings of healthy living skills for adults with developmental disabilities.
Allmond, Haley Alexandra, "Using Photovoice with adults with developmental disabilities to measure camp goals" (2018). University Honors Program Theses. 304.