Tizard Learning Disability Review: Volume 24 Issue 4

Practice, management, research and innovation

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Table of contents

Dietitians’ challenges when consulting to adults with intellectual disabilities

Päivi Adolfsson, Pia Ek, Õie Umb Carlsson

The purpose of this paper is to investigate registered dietitians’ (RDs) experiences in consulting to adults with intellectual disabilities (ID) in Sweden.

Commentary on “Dietitians’ challenges when consulting to adults with intellectual disabilities”

Paraskevi Triantafyllopoulou

The purpose of this paper is to consider issues around obesity and overweight for people with intellectual disabilities (IDs).

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Afraid to leave the house: issues leading to social exclusion and loneliness for people with a learning disability

Liz Tilly

Tackling social exclusion, which can lead to social isolation and loneliness, is an important current issue. People with a learning disability have a right to be full members of…

Commentary on “Afraid to leave the house: issues leading to social exclusion and loneliness for people with a learning disability”

Rachel A. Harrison

The purpose of this paper is to provide a commentary on, “Afraid to leave the house: issues leading to social exclusion and loneliness for people with a learning disability”.

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Online risk for people with intellectual disabilities

Darren David Chadwick

The purpose of this paper is to summarise the current state of empirical knowledge pertaining to online risk and cybercrime relating to people with intellectual disabilities (ID).

Commentary on “Online risk for people with intellectual disabilities”

Warren James Oldreive, Mary Waight

The purpose of this paper is to provide a commentary on the article regarding online risk for people with intellectual disabilities (ID).

Who’s Challenging Who?: a co-produced approach for training staff in learning disability services about challenging behaviour

Samantha Flynn, Richard P. Hastings, Rachel McNamara, David Gillespie, Elizabeth Randell, Leisa Richards, Zac Taylor

The purpose of this paper is to outline the development, piloting and evaluation of the Who’s Challenging Who? (WCW) training intervention for social care staff to improve their…

Intellectual disability in South Africa: the possibilities and limits of democratic rights

Judith Anne McKenzie, Toni Abrahams, Colleen Adnams, Sharon Kleintjes

The purpose of this paper is to present an overview of the history, current status and possible future directions for intellectual disability (ID) policy and practice in South…

Not such an ordinary life: a comparison of employment, marital status and housing profiles of adults with and without intellectual disabilities

Martin McMahon, Darren Lee Bowring, Chris Hatton

Having paid work, relationships and a choice of where to live are common policy priorities for adults with intellectual disabilities. The purpose of this paper is to compare…

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ISSN:

1359-5474

Online date, start – end:

1996

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Dr Jill Bradshaw