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This collaborative paper (working together) describes collaborative practice development and research by and with people from the learning disabilities community. This paper aims…
Commentary on “Keep safe: collaborative practice development and research with people with learning disabilities”Matt Clifton, Steve Chapman
Inspired by the work of the Keep Safe Advisory Group, this paper aims to explain and make the case for co-production as a powerful model for working alongside people with learning…
Without effective support and intervention, young people with learning disabilities and severe challenging behaviour are at risk of placement in out-of-area residential settings…
Commentary on “A reflective evaluation of the Bradford positive behaviour support – in reach service”Catherine Sarah Sholl
The purpose of this paper is to consider the needs of children and young people with intellectual disabilities (ID), autism and challenging behaviour including those with mental…
Teaching skills to autistic individuals can increase independence and quality of life. However, staff supporting such individuals often lack the skills needed to teach skills…
Commentary on “Video-modelling as an effective solution for coaching carers of autistic adults”: building skills; that should be our priorityAthanasios Vostanis
This paper aims to discuss the importance of offering high-quality support focussed on developing the skills of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Are narrative therapy groups effective for people with intellectual disabilities? A critical review of the literatureLaura McKenzie-Smith
Narrative therapy has been suggested as particularly relevant to people with intellectual disability (ID), with group formats potentially offering additional benefits. This paper…
Commentary on “Narrative therapy groups for people with intellectual disability: a critical review of the literature”Mark Andrew Haydon-Laurelut
This paper is a commentary inspired by Laura McKenzie-Smith’s review paper.
Experiences of children with special educational needs and disabilities and their families in the United Kingdom during the coronavirus pandemicBrian O’Hagan, Stephen Kingdom
The purpose of this paper is to outline the experiences of children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and their families during the coronavirus pandemic.
An audit of the well-being of staff working in intellectual disability settings in Ireland during the COVID-19 pandemicMartin McMahon, Chris Hatton, Julie Stansfield, Gaynor Cockayne
The severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2) has infected millions of people worldwide. Individuals with intellectual disability are at a disproportionate risk…
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