Tizard Learning Disability Review: Volume 27 Issue 2

Practice, management, research and innovation

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Table of contents

Brief report on six clinical cases of trauma in families that have children and adults who have a learning disability and/or are autistic

Noelle Blackman, Konstantinos Vlachakis, Anna Annes, Sally Griffin, Peter Baker

Research and anecdotal clinical work indicate that complex post-traumatic stress disorder (CPTSD) in families that have children and adults who have a learning disability and/or…

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Commentary on “Brief report on six clinical cases of trauma in families who have children and adults who have a learning disability and/or are autistic”

Sarah Wigham

The purpose of this commentary is to explore some of the research on family carers of people who have a learning disability and/or are autistic.

Developing a logic model for implementing citizen advocacy for adults with learning disabilities based on the experience of community inclusion centres for disabled people

Yong Deug Kim

Several leading agencies in Korea are interested in citizen advocacy as one way of supporting people with learning disabilities. Therefore, several social welfare organisations…

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Commentary on “Developing a logic model for implementing citizen advocacy for adults with learning disabilities based on the experience of community inclusion centres for disabled people”

Matt Clifton, Steve Chapman

This commentary reflects on peer advocacy in relation to citizen advocacy in the context of the vital need for advocacy in all its different forms.

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Research priorities relating to communication and swallowing for people with learning disabilities across the lifespan

Katie Chadd, Lauren Longhurst, Amit Kulkarni, Jaya Simpson, Emma Pagnamenta, Fiona Brettell, Della Money, Rosie Dowty, Josephine Wallinger, Sai Bangera, Rebecca Palmer, Victoria Joffe

This research priority setting partnership (PSP) aims to collaboratively identify the “top ten” research priorities relating to communication and swallowing for children and…

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Commentary on “Research priorities relating to communication and swallowing for individuals with learning disabilities across the lifespan”

Anna Backhouse, Sophie Howells

The purpose of this paper is to provide a commentary on the article by Chadd et al. The commentary sets out the key principles of good support and considers how the Royal College…

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Development of the learning disability physical activity questionnaire (LDPAQ)

Amir Pakravan, Marjan Ghazirad, Farshad Shaddel

People with learning disabilities can be affected by complex health needs and their life expectancy is significantly reduced. Physical activity has a role in enhancing quality of…

Commentary on “Development of LDPAQ: learning disability physical activity questionnaire”

Katie Brooker, Jessica Hill

This paper aims to discuss the importance of delivering high-quality education to allied health and fitness professionals around physical activity for people with intellectual…

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ISSN:

1359-5474

Online date, start – end:

1996

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Dr Jill Bradshaw