IFBSSIndividual Flexible Barrier Shelter System
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First, IFBSs are designed to include the networking of a variety of resources.
It seems that among the effects of the treatment was a tendency for recipients to perform more similarly on the measures used than the control group, and this tendency may have implications for future applications of IFBSs.
They support the work of Gillespie, Byrne, and Workman (1995), who found IFBSs to be effective in reunifying families, with the added advantage that the current study used an experimental design with a control group for comparison.