In this article we present positive aspects of personal and social relations of intellectually disabled persons. Narration examinations were carried out among the residents of L'Arche communities. We show the invaluable impact on intellectually disabled persons who stay in a community and community life on individual development and how these individuals function and find satisfaction in life. Theoretical basis for our considerations constitutes positive psychology, narration psychology and philosophical anthropology.
Urszula Debska, Department of Psychology, Faculty of Pedagogical and Historical Sciences, University of Wroclaw, Dawida 1, 50-527 Wroclaw, Poland
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