Tizard Learning Disability Review: Volume 21 Issue 2

Practice, management, research and innovation

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Table of contents

Can active support improve job satisfaction?

Jennifer A Rhodes, Sandy Toogood

Active support (AS) influences the way staff support people with intellectual disabilities to take part in everyday activities. Changes in work practices may affect job…

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Commentary on “Can active support improve job satisfaction?”

Roy Deveau

– The purpose of this paper is to provide a commentary on Rhodes and Toogood’s article on the possible relationship between Active Support training and staff job satisfaction.

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Country profile: intellectual disability in Brazil

Erenice Natalia Soares de Carvalho, Rachel Forrester-Jones

– The purpose of this paper is to provide a contextual overview of learning disability (LD) in Brazil.

Shifting notions of disability in Brazil

Clarice Rios, Barbara Costa Andrada

– The purpose of this paper is to comment on the article by Forrester-Jones and Carvalho and examine some issues on notions of disability in Brazil.

“I felt that I deserved it” – experiences and implications of disability hate crime

Lisa Richardson, Julie Beadle-Brown, Jill Bradshaw, Colin Guest, Aida Malovic, Julian Himmerich

The purpose of this paper is to summarise key findings and recommendations from the “Living in Fear” research project focusing on the experiences of people with learning…

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Commentary on “‘I felt I deserved it’ – experiences and implications of disability hate crime”

Chih Hoong Sin

– The purpose of this paper is to provide a commentary on “‘I felt I deserved it’ – Experiences and implications of disability hate crime”.

Training in positive behavioural support: increasing staff self-efficacy and positive outcome expectations

Greg Stocks, Sean Slater

The purpose of this paper is to investigate the impact of a six-and-a-half day, Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) informed training course on staff’s self-efficacy and outcome…

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Commentary on “Training in positive behavioural support: increasing staff self-efficacy and positive outcome expectations”

Ciara Padden

The purpose of this paper is to provide a commentary on Stocks and Slater’s paper, “Training in positive behavioural support: increasing staff self-efficacy and positive outcome…

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Trends in the identification of children with learning disabilities within state schools in England

Chris Hatton, Eric Emerson

The purpose of this paper is to present data drawn from the Department for Education (DfE)concerning trends in the number of children identified as having a learning disability…

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ISSN:

1359-5474

Online date, start – end:

1996

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Dr Jill Bradshaw