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Does he have sugar in his tea? Communication between people with learning disabilities, their carers and hospital staffRuth Bell
This study seeks to evaluate a Hospital Passport tool designed to provide information and improve communication between people with learning disabilities and hospital staff.
The purpose of this paper is to provide a narrative account of one person's experience of Positive Behaviour Support, against a backdrop of serial placement breakdowns.
The purpose of this paper is to provide a commentary on Shephard's narrative account of one person's experience of Positive Behaviour Support (PBS).
People with learning disabilities are vulnerable to human rights violations, creating a need for human rights education for both services users and support staff. This research…
This paper seeks to provide a commentary on the previous paper in this issue “Human rights training: impact on attitudes and knowledge”.
The purpose of this paper is: to add to current understandings of how people with learning disability make informed choices in relation to participation in research; and to…
Online date, start – end:1996
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- Dr Jill Bradshaw