Tizard Learning Disability Review: Volume 15 Issue 3

Practice, management, research and innovation


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Raising our sights: services for adults with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities

Jim Mansell

This paper reports the results of a review of services for adults with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities carried out as part of the implementation of Valuing People…


The evaluation of periodic service review (PSR) as a practice leadership tool in services for people with intellectual disabilities and challenging behaviour

Kathy Lowe, Edwin Jones, Shelley Horwood, Diane Gray, Wendy James, Jock Andrew, David Allen

A system of evidence‐based periodic service review (PSR) was implemented in specialist health services for people with challenging behaviour, to support the adoption of a positive…


Prisoners' voices: experiences of the criminal justice system by prisoners with learning disabilities

Jenny Talbot

No One Knows (Prison Reform Trust, 2008) is concerned with people with learning disabilities and difficulties who come into contact with the police and who enter the criminal…


The reform of the law governing the social care of adults in England and Wales

Robin Mackenzie, John Watts

The law and guidance concerning the social care of adults are a mess. More than 30 statutes and guidance documents deal with this area, many of which overlap or contradict each…

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