Tizard Learning Disability Review: Volume 6 Issue 2

Practice, management, research and innovation


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Communication Partnerships with People with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities

Jill Bradshaw

There are many definitions of profound and multiple learning disabilities. Most definitions include having a high degree of learning disability in conjunction with at least one…


A Review of the Curriculum for Pupils with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities

Angela Mallett, John Naylor

The education of pupils with profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD) has gradually improved, due to a range of new initiatives and the introduction of the national…


The Ignored Minority: Meeting the Needs of People with Profound Learning Disability

Judith Samuel, Marie Pritchard

This paper describes how one specialist learning disability health service has attempted to increase its focus on meeting the complex needs of people with profound learning…


Developing a Procedure for Evaluating Quality of Life for People with Profound and Multiple Disabilities

Katja Petry, Bea Maes, Carla Vlaskamp

Quality of life and quality of care have become dominant themes in planning and evaluating services for persons with learning disabilities. There are, however, few conceptual…

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