Naomi Graham

Naomi Graham
Growing Hope, King's Cross, London

Doctor of Philosophy

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Publications (5)
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Importance: This research provides practitioners with an understanding of play from the perspective of children with a high level of physical disability. Objective: To explore the experience of play for children who have a high level of physical disability as a result of cerebral palsy. Design: Interpretative phenomenological analysis. Childre...
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Statement of context: This practice analysis discusses the benefits and challenges of young advocates with physical disabilities and communication difficulties informing research design. Critical reflection on practice: The use of advocates helped to inform a PhD project exploring the experience of play for 6–12-year-olds with high levels of physic...
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Background: Children and young people with physical disabilities are often reported to play less than their typically developing peers. Few studies explore the meaning of play from the child's perspective; this study carried out a thematic synthesis of the findings of qualitative studies about the meaning of play following the Preferred Reporting...
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To present the findings of an exploratory study regarding the experience of play as an everyday occupation for children with severe cerebral palsy from their parents' perspective. We took a qualitative methodology and interpretive descriptive approach. After ethical approval, 7 participants were recruited and completed an interview and contextual i...
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Introduction Play is essential to a child's development, and is a dominating component of a child's life. Forming part of a broader study aiming to explore what parents of children with cerebral palsy understand by play, and its use in therapy and home programmes, this research article focuses on how parents expand their concept of play for their c...

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