Tizard Learning Disability Review: Volume 16 Issue 1

Practice, management, research and innovation


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Supporting people with learning disabilities who self‐injure

Pauline Heslop

This article reports on support that people with learning disabilities who self‐injure say they have found, or would find, helpful in relation to their self‐injury. It is an…

Self‐injury and other challenging behaviour at intervention and ten years on: a case study

Sandy Toogood, Steven Boyd, Andy Bell, Helen Salisbury

In 1997 Tom was a 32‐year‐old man with a diagnosis of severe intellectual disability and autism who engaged in high‐rate challenging behaviour. Tom's out‐of‐area placement was…

Is our legal, health care and social support infrastructure neurodiverse enough? How far are the aims of the neurodiversity movement fulfilled for those diagnosed with cognitive disability and learning disability?

Robin Mackenzie, John Watts

Should those of us who are neurologically atypical be diagnosed as ill, so in need of treatment or cure, or accepted as embodying a different way of being, as called for by the…

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