Tizard Learning Disability Review: Volume 26 Issue 3

Practice, management, research and innovation

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The experience of COVID-19 “lockdown” for people with a learning disability: results from surveys in Jersey and Guernsey

Sinead Peacock-Brennan, Kitty Stewart, Rosalind Jayne Angier, Julian Morris, Rachel Rud, Thomas Byrom

The purpose of this paper is to outline a service evaluation that gathered feedback from people with a learning disability on their experience of lockdown in Jersey and Guernsey…

Commentary on “The experiences of Covid-19 ‘lockdown’ for people with a learning disability: results from surveys in Jersey and Guernsey”

Gemma Rogers

This paper aims to consider the experiences of people with intellectual disabilities in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown restrictions.

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A comparison of dementia assessment services for people with intellectual disabilities

Emile Gardner, Sean Slater

This paper aims to describe three dementia assessment services for people with intellectual disabilities to provide professionals with insight into planning this type of service.

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Commentary on: a comparison of dementia assessment service provision across three English county intellectual disability services

Karen Dodd

The purpose of this paper is to consider the issue of types of assessment offered by services for people with learning disabilities from the research study “A Comparison of…

Making the world a better place: achieving impact through innovation and an entrepreneurial ethos

John Pepin

The purpose of this paper is to describe and evaluate the programme of philanthropy arising from the work of the Shirley Foundation, with particular reference to its impact in…

Commentary on “Making the world a better place: achieving impact through innovation and an entrepreneurial ethos”

Peter McGill

The purpose of this paper is to provide a commentary on “Making the world a better place: achieving impact through innovation and an entrepreneurial ethos” written by John Pepin.

The informal culture of a direct care staff team supporting people with intellectual disabilities who present with behaviours that challenge

Faye Banks, Amy Fielden, David O'Sullivan, Barry Ingham

Research into culture within intellectual disability services, has predominantly focussed on small group homes in Australia. The current investigation aimed to explore the…

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Health and social care access for adults with learning disabilities across the UK during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020

Samantha Flynn, Chris Hatton

This paper aims to present data about access to health and social care services during the COVID-19 pandemic for adults with learning disabilities across England, Northern…

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Cover of Tizard Learning Disability Review

ISSN:

1359-5474

Online date, start – end:

1996

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Dr Jill Bradshaw