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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/21801262/family-life-and-the-impact-of-previous-and-present-residential-and-day-care-support-for-children-with-major-cognitive-and-behavioural-challenges-a-dilemma-for-services-and-policy
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R I Brown, S Geider, A Primrose, N S Jokinen
INTRODUCTION: Since the development of inclusion and integration, parents have increasingly become the major, and sometimes the only, carers of their children with disabilities. Many families speak of stress and frustration with service and community support, and some have turned to residential and specialised day care services to overcome challenges. The need for, and experiences of, such services needs to be examined not just in terms of the child but also in terms of family impact...
September 2011: Journal of Intellectual Disability Research: JIDR
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/8334316/the-nature-and-extent-of-aggressive-behaviour-amongst-people-with-learning-difficulties-mental-handicap-in-a-single-health-district
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P Harris
This paper describes the method and results of a survey of aggressive behaviour amongst people with learning difficulties. The study was confined to a single health district in the South Western Region of the UK with a general population of about 370,000. At the time of the survey, the Mental Handicap Register for the district recorded 1,362 people as having a learning difficulty. The overall prevalence of aggressive behaviour amongst people with learning difficulties for whom base population data was available was 17...
June 1993: Journal of Intellectual Disability Research: JIDR
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/7551437/assessing-health-needs-in-people-with-severe-learning-disabilities-a-qualitative-approach
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L Callan, T Gilbert, K Golding, T Lockyer, K Rafter
The nursing assessment, and the contribution it makes to the identification of an individual's health needs, is often a complex and multidimensional process. This is always true when the individual concerned has a severe learning disability. The nurse should develop the assessment in partnership with individuals who may experience major communication difficulties, or have unappreciated levels of perceptual or cognitive dysfunction. They may also live with the ongoing possibility that their affective or behavioural responses may be misinterpreted as 'challenging behaviour'...
September 1995: Journal of Clinical Nursing
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