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Table 1 Study sample (n = 23)

From: Participation of adults with cognitive, physical, or psychiatric impairments in family of origin and intimate relationships: a grounded theory study

 Total
Gender
 Female12
 Male11
Age in years
 30–3510
 36–403
 41–453
 46–505
 51–532
Marital status
 Unmarried19
 Married or in registered same-sex partnership3
 Divorced1
Workplace
 Primary labor market a3
 Reinsertion measure into primary labor market1
 Secondary labor market a12
 Disability insurance pension (without working)5
 Non distinctive2
Type of impairment
 Physical6
 Cognitive11
 Psychiatric6
Housing
 On their own6
 With a partner3
 On their own (with personal assistance)2
 Assisted living / residential care (external living unit)6
 Own apartment with relatives1
 With parents / in the family of origin5
Canton
 Basel-Land2
 The Grisons2
 Lucerne6
 Nidwalden1
 Obwalden2
 Schaffhausen4
 Solothurn1
 Thurgau2
 Zurich3
  1. a The primary labor market is the regular labor market. In the secondary labor market, employees receive no wages or reduced regular wages, because they are temporarily or constantly unemployed. Specialized firms receive money to provide appropriate jobs. These secondary labor market programs aim, for example, at vocational integration. Or they provide a longer-term daily structure for people with very few employment opportunities in the primary labor market (e.g., people with severe disabilities)
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