The Resource Contemporary issues in intellectual disabilities, V.P. Prasher, editor

Contemporary issues in intellectual disabilities, V.P. Prasher, editor

Label
Contemporary issues in intellectual disabilities
Title
Contemporary issues in intellectual disabilities
Statement of responsibility
V.P. Prasher, editor
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
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Action
Committed to retain
Cataloging source
DNLM/DLC
Dewey number
616.85/88
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
RC570
LC item number
.C66 2010
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
NLM call number
WM 300
NLM item number
C761 2010
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Prasher, Vee P
Series statement
Disability studies
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Intellectual disability
  • Intellectual Disability
  • Autistic Disorder
  • Learning Disorders
Label
Contemporary issues in intellectual disabilities, V.P. Prasher, editor
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Chapter 3.
  • Expression of Distress in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder in the First Two Years of Like
  • P. Venuti
  • Chapter 31.
  • Movement Development in Autism Spectrum Disorder: Evidences for Early diagnosis
  • P. Venuti
  • Chapter 32.
  • Using Non-Directive Research Methods to Explore the Barriers and Supports to Learning
  • H. Daniels
  • Part VI.
  • Empowerment, Rights and Ethics
  • Early Onset Psychosis in Youth with Intellectual Disabilities
  • Chapter 33.
  • Women with Intellectual Disabilities: Their Place in History 1800's-2000's
  • J. Burns
  • Chapter 34.
  • Safeguarding the Reproductive Rights of Women with Intellectual Disabilities
  • J. Burns
  • Chapter 35.
  • Women with Intellectual Disabilities: Understanding Same-Sex Relationships
  • J. Burns
  • Chapter 36.
  • T. Donnelly
  • "Who'd Want Him!" Barriers to Gay Men with Intellectual Disabilities Developing Sexual Identities
  • I. Carson
  • Chapter 37.
  • Exploratory Study of the Experiences of Victims of Sexual Abuse who Have Intellectual Disabilities in Accessing the Justice System and Other Support Services
  • A. Roux
  • Chapter 38.
  • Sharing Stories of Everyday Life with Adults and Children who Have Severe/Profound Intellectual Disabilities
  • M. Jones
  • Part VII.
  • Families and Parents
  • Chapter 4.
  • Chapter 39.
  • How to Support Siblings of Children with Intellectual Disabilities? A Brief Outline of a Longitudinal, Multi-Perspective Study on Siblings of Children with Intellectual Disabilities
  • T. Moyson
  • Chapter 40.
  • Parental Well-being: Comparing Stress Profiles in Mothers and Fathers of Children with Autism and Down Syndrome
  • I. E. Sladeczek
  • Chapter 41.
  • Parent's Views on the Future for their Disabled Child and the Family
  • I. Nilsson
  • Chapter 42.
  • Psychopharmacotherapy in Adults with Intellectual Disabilities - A Review Over a Ten Year Period
  • Family Quality of Life: A Comparison of Trends in Eight Countries
  • I. Brown
  • Chapter 43.
  • Experiences of Family Carers of People with Intellectual Disabilities and Diagnosed Mental Health Condition
  • S. Read
  • Chapter 44.
  • Families of 40-Year Olds with Down Syndrome and of a Comparison Group
  • J. Carr
  • Part VIII.
  • Quality of Life and Spirituality
  • A. Diefenbacher
  • Chapter 45.
  • Physical and Psychological Barriers in Public Transportation for School Children with Intellectual Disabilities
  • A. Tsakarestos
  • Chapter 46.
  • Public Transportation as a Means of Social Integration for School Children with Intellectual Disabilities
  • M. Haveman
  • Chapter 47.
  • Quality of Life of People with Disabilities in Ireland in 2007
  • M. Farrell
  • Chapter 48.
  • Chapter 5.
  • Getting by Better with Help From My Friends - Social Capital and its Contribution to Lives of Irish People with Intellectual Disabilities
  • M. Farrell
  • Chapter 49.
  • Community Participation and the Influence of Environmental Factors
  • L.P. de Witte
  • Chapter 50.
  • Persons with Intellectual Disabilities as Subjects in Theory and Practice of Diaconal Work
  • H.P. Meininger
  • Chapter 51.
  • Relationships between People with and Without Intellectual Disabilities in Congregations: A Matter of Transferring Special Knowledge?
  • Premenstrual Syndrome in Women with Down Syndrome
  • A. Bernhard
  • Chapter 52.
  • Christians' Social Constructions of Disability
  • J. McNair
  • Chapter 53.
  • Enhancing Spiritual Supports and Faith Community Leadership: Unique Opportunities for University Centers on Intellectual Disabilities
  • W.C. Gaventa
  • Chapter 54.
  • Faith, Biotechnology and Disability
  • W.C. Gaventa
  • L. Mason
  • Chapter 55.
  • Signs of the Times: Interpreting Developments in Spiritual Supports for People with ID through a Theological Lens
  • W.C. Gaventa
  • Chapter 56.
  • Spirituality at the End of Life: Challenges and Opportunities
  • W.C. Gaventa
  • Part IX.
  • Populations and Service Systems
  • Chapter 57.
  • Enhancing Self-Determination in Health Care and Improving Health Outcomes: For Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities
  • Chapter 6.
  • A. Bacon
  • Chapter 58.
  • Supporting Staff Who Support Clients with Intellectual Disabilities
  • V.C. Riches
  • Chapter 59.
  • Five Components Towards a Successful De-Institutionalisation
  • S.K. Parlalis
  • Chapter 60.
  • Care for People with Learning Difficulties and with a Visual Impairment: A Train the Trainers Program
  • J. Stolk
  • Part I.
  • Women with and without Intellectual Disabilities and Psychiatric Disorders: A Comparison of the Literature
  • Chapter 61.
  • Care and Service Trajectories for People with Intellectual Disabilities: Quality Aspects From the Client's Perspective
  • J.M.G.A. Schols
  • Chapter 62.
  • Achieving Equal Citizenship: Meeting the Challenges of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
  • D
  • L. Taggart
  • Chapter 7.
  • Staffs' Knowledge and Perceptions of Working with Women with Intellectual Disabilities and Mental Health Problems
  • L. Taggart
  • Chapter 8.
  • Forensic Psychotherapy and Paedophilia in Intellectual Disabilities
  • R. Curen
  • Part II.
  • Aging and Lifespan
  • Mental Health
  • Chapter 9.
  • Psychosocial Aspects of Aging in Down Syndrome: The Impact of Life Events
  • P.J. Patti
  • Chapter 10.
  • Four to Forty Years: The Pattern of Development of a Cohort with Down Syndrome
  • J. Carr
  • Chapter 11.
  • Survival in Elderly Persons with Down Syndrome
  • C.M. van Duijn
  • Chapter 12.
  • Chapter 1.
  • How Do Persons with Severe and Profound Intellectual Disabilities Experience their Approaching Death and How Can they be Supported
  • W. van de Wouw
  • Chapter 13.
  • Frailty Syndrome in Older Persons with Intellectual Disabilities
  • B. Brehmer
  • Chapter 14.
  • Supporting Aging Adults with Intellectual Disabilities
  • L. Willson
  • Chapter 15.
  • Talking to Older Women with Intellectual Disabilities about Participating in Breast Cancer Screening
  • Psychiatric Symptomatology and Function of Challenging Behavior in Children with Intellectual Disabilities
  • L. Kilbride
  • Chapter 16.
  • Lifespan Related Diseases in the Adults with Profound and Multiple Intellectual Disabilities
  • M. Arima
  • Part III.
  • Biological and Biobehavioral Issues
  • Chapter 17.
  • Fragile X: A Family of Disorders and Advances in Treatment
  • R. Hagerman
  • Chapter 18.
  • F. Furniss
  • Biomarkers of Aggressive and Self-Abusive Behavior
  • J.A. Tsiouris
  • Chapter 19.
  • Do Behavioral Problems in Children with Down Syndrome Suggest a Phenotypic Pattern?
  • Jobling A
  • Chapter 20.
  • Challenging Behavior in Angelman Syndrome, CHARGE Syndrome, Cornelia de Lange Syndrome, and Prader-Willi Syndrome
  • I.A. van Berckelaer-Onnes
  • Chapter 21.
  • Fetal Alcohol and Fetal Tobacco Syndromes: A Japanese Perspective
  • Chapter 2.
  • H. Tanaka
  • Part IV.
  • Challenging Behavior and Offending
  • Chapter 22.
  • People with Intellectual Disabilities in the Criminal Justice System
  • J. Talbot
  • Chapter 23.
  • Mental Health Services for People with Intellectual Disabilities in Residential Care in Israel
  • M. Morad
  • Chapter 24.
  • Diagnostic Manual-Intellectual Disability: Differential Diagnosis of Children with Intellectual Disabilities
  • Psychological Impact of Violence on Staff
  • R. Howard
  • Chapter 25.
  • Ethology and Neuropharmacology of Aggressive Behaviors in Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities
  • J. Barnhill
  • Chapter 26.
  • Is Self-injurious Behavior Related to Addiction Behaviors?
  • J. Barnhill
  • Part V.
  • Communication and Social Issues
  • J. Barnhill
  • Chapter 27.
  • Perceptions of Professionals on the Protocols of the SLTs in the Diagnosis of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • A. Wenke
  • Chapter 28.
  • Autonomy as Explained by Autism Diagnosis, Age Cohort, Language Skills and Behavior
  • K. Lyng
  • Chapter 29.
  • Making Connections: Evaluation of a Total Communication Training Cascade in Adult Services in a Rural Part of the U.K.
  • K. Bunning
  • Chapter 30.
  • Towell
  • Chapter 63.
  • Increasing Participation and Empowerment of People with Intellectual Disabilities through Sociocultural Multisensory Work
  • M. Sirkkola --
  • S. Baum
  • Chapter 67.
  • Evaluation Capacity Building in a Community Based Agency
  • C. Clark
  • Chapter 64.
  • Digital Supports for Multiple Disabled Persons
  • M. del Carmen Malbran
  • Chapter 65.
  • Improving Access to Bristol NHS Walk-in Centers for People with Intellectual Disabilities
  • K. Scarborough
  • Chapter 66.
  • Emerging Evidence for the Use of Systemic Family Therapy
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xiii, 435 p.
Isbn
9781616680237
Isbn Type
(hardcover)
Lccn
2010001747
Note
Provided by the Frank Allen Family Research Fund
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (CaMWU)u2079610-01umb_inst
  • 2227538
  • (Sirsi) i9781616680237
  • (OCoLC)500821431
Label
Contemporary issues in intellectual disabilities, V.P. Prasher, editor
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Chapter 3.
  • Expression of Distress in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder in the First Two Years of Like
  • P. Venuti
  • Chapter 31.
  • Movement Development in Autism Spectrum Disorder: Evidences for Early diagnosis
  • P. Venuti
  • Chapter 32.
  • Using Non-Directive Research Methods to Explore the Barriers and Supports to Learning
  • H. Daniels
  • Part VI.
  • Empowerment, Rights and Ethics
  • Early Onset Psychosis in Youth with Intellectual Disabilities
  • Chapter 33.
  • Women with Intellectual Disabilities: Their Place in History 1800's-2000's
  • J. Burns
  • Chapter 34.
  • Safeguarding the Reproductive Rights of Women with Intellectual Disabilities
  • J. Burns
  • Chapter 35.
  • Women with Intellectual Disabilities: Understanding Same-Sex Relationships
  • J. Burns
  • Chapter 36.
  • T. Donnelly
  • "Who'd Want Him!" Barriers to Gay Men with Intellectual Disabilities Developing Sexual Identities
  • I. Carson
  • Chapter 37.
  • Exploratory Study of the Experiences of Victims of Sexual Abuse who Have Intellectual Disabilities in Accessing the Justice System and Other Support Services
  • A. Roux
  • Chapter 38.
  • Sharing Stories of Everyday Life with Adults and Children who Have Severe/Profound Intellectual Disabilities
  • M. Jones
  • Part VII.
  • Families and Parents
  • Chapter 4.
  • Chapter 39.
  • How to Support Siblings of Children with Intellectual Disabilities? A Brief Outline of a Longitudinal, Multi-Perspective Study on Siblings of Children with Intellectual Disabilities
  • T. Moyson
  • Chapter 40.
  • Parental Well-being: Comparing Stress Profiles in Mothers and Fathers of Children with Autism and Down Syndrome
  • I. E. Sladeczek
  • Chapter 41.
  • Parent's Views on the Future for their Disabled Child and the Family
  • I. Nilsson
  • Chapter 42.
  • Psychopharmacotherapy in Adults with Intellectual Disabilities - A Review Over a Ten Year Period
  • Family Quality of Life: A Comparison of Trends in Eight Countries
  • I. Brown
  • Chapter 43.
  • Experiences of Family Carers of People with Intellectual Disabilities and Diagnosed Mental Health Condition
  • S. Read
  • Chapter 44.
  • Families of 40-Year Olds with Down Syndrome and of a Comparison Group
  • J. Carr
  • Part VIII.
  • Quality of Life and Spirituality
  • A. Diefenbacher
  • Chapter 45.
  • Physical and Psychological Barriers in Public Transportation for School Children with Intellectual Disabilities
  • A. Tsakarestos
  • Chapter 46.
  • Public Transportation as a Means of Social Integration for School Children with Intellectual Disabilities
  • M. Haveman
  • Chapter 47.
  • Quality of Life of People with Disabilities in Ireland in 2007
  • M. Farrell
  • Chapter 48.
  • Chapter 5.
  • Getting by Better with Help From My Friends - Social Capital and its Contribution to Lives of Irish People with Intellectual Disabilities
  • M. Farrell
  • Chapter 49.
  • Community Participation and the Influence of Environmental Factors
  • L.P. de Witte
  • Chapter 50.
  • Persons with Intellectual Disabilities as Subjects in Theory and Practice of Diaconal Work
  • H.P. Meininger
  • Chapter 51.
  • Relationships between People with and Without Intellectual Disabilities in Congregations: A Matter of Transferring Special Knowledge?
  • Premenstrual Syndrome in Women with Down Syndrome
  • A. Bernhard
  • Chapter 52.
  • Christians' Social Constructions of Disability
  • J. McNair
  • Chapter 53.
  • Enhancing Spiritual Supports and Faith Community Leadership: Unique Opportunities for University Centers on Intellectual Disabilities
  • W.C. Gaventa
  • Chapter 54.
  • Faith, Biotechnology and Disability
  • W.C. Gaventa
  • L. Mason
  • Chapter 55.
  • Signs of the Times: Interpreting Developments in Spiritual Supports for People with ID through a Theological Lens
  • W.C. Gaventa
  • Chapter 56.
  • Spirituality at the End of Life: Challenges and Opportunities
  • W.C. Gaventa
  • Part IX.
  • Populations and Service Systems
  • Chapter 57.
  • Enhancing Self-Determination in Health Care and Improving Health Outcomes: For Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities
  • Chapter 6.
  • A. Bacon
  • Chapter 58.
  • Supporting Staff Who Support Clients with Intellectual Disabilities
  • V.C. Riches
  • Chapter 59.
  • Five Components Towards a Successful De-Institutionalisation
  • S.K. Parlalis
  • Chapter 60.
  • Care for People with Learning Difficulties and with a Visual Impairment: A Train the Trainers Program
  • J. Stolk
  • Part I.
  • Women with and without Intellectual Disabilities and Psychiatric Disorders: A Comparison of the Literature
  • Chapter 61.
  • Care and Service Trajectories for People with Intellectual Disabilities: Quality Aspects From the Client's Perspective
  • J.M.G.A. Schols
  • Chapter 62.
  • Achieving Equal Citizenship: Meeting the Challenges of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
  • D
  • L. Taggart
  • Chapter 7.
  • Staffs' Knowledge and Perceptions of Working with Women with Intellectual Disabilities and Mental Health Problems
  • L. Taggart
  • Chapter 8.
  • Forensic Psychotherapy and Paedophilia in Intellectual Disabilities
  • R. Curen
  • Part II.
  • Aging and Lifespan
  • Mental Health
  • Chapter 9.
  • Psychosocial Aspects of Aging in Down Syndrome: The Impact of Life Events
  • P.J. Patti
  • Chapter 10.
  • Four to Forty Years: The Pattern of Development of a Cohort with Down Syndrome
  • J. Carr
  • Chapter 11.
  • Survival in Elderly Persons with Down Syndrome
  • C.M. van Duijn
  • Chapter 12.
  • Chapter 1.
  • How Do Persons with Severe and Profound Intellectual Disabilities Experience their Approaching Death and How Can they be Supported
  • W. van de Wouw
  • Chapter 13.
  • Frailty Syndrome in Older Persons with Intellectual Disabilities
  • B. Brehmer
  • Chapter 14.
  • Supporting Aging Adults with Intellectual Disabilities
  • L. Willson
  • Chapter 15.
  • Talking to Older Women with Intellectual Disabilities about Participating in Breast Cancer Screening
  • Psychiatric Symptomatology and Function of Challenging Behavior in Children with Intellectual Disabilities
  • L. Kilbride
  • Chapter 16.
  • Lifespan Related Diseases in the Adults with Profound and Multiple Intellectual Disabilities
  • M. Arima
  • Part III.
  • Biological and Biobehavioral Issues
  • Chapter 17.
  • Fragile X: A Family of Disorders and Advances in Treatment
  • R. Hagerman
  • Chapter 18.
  • F. Furniss
  • Biomarkers of Aggressive and Self-Abusive Behavior
  • J.A. Tsiouris
  • Chapter 19.
  • Do Behavioral Problems in Children with Down Syndrome Suggest a Phenotypic Pattern?
  • Jobling A
  • Chapter 20.
  • Challenging Behavior in Angelman Syndrome, CHARGE Syndrome, Cornelia de Lange Syndrome, and Prader-Willi Syndrome
  • I.A. van Berckelaer-Onnes
  • Chapter 21.
  • Fetal Alcohol and Fetal Tobacco Syndromes: A Japanese Perspective
  • Chapter 2.
  • H. Tanaka
  • Part IV.
  • Challenging Behavior and Offending
  • Chapter 22.
  • People with Intellectual Disabilities in the Criminal Justice System
  • J. Talbot
  • Chapter 23.
  • Mental Health Services for People with Intellectual Disabilities in Residential Care in Israel
  • M. Morad
  • Chapter 24.
  • Diagnostic Manual-Intellectual Disability: Differential Diagnosis of Children with Intellectual Disabilities
  • Psychological Impact of Violence on Staff
  • R. Howard
  • Chapter 25.
  • Ethology and Neuropharmacology of Aggressive Behaviors in Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities
  • J. Barnhill
  • Chapter 26.
  • Is Self-injurious Behavior Related to Addiction Behaviors?
  • J. Barnhill
  • Part V.
  • Communication and Social Issues
  • J. Barnhill
  • Chapter 27.
  • Perceptions of Professionals on the Protocols of the SLTs in the Diagnosis of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • A. Wenke
  • Chapter 28.
  • Autonomy as Explained by Autism Diagnosis, Age Cohort, Language Skills and Behavior
  • K. Lyng
  • Chapter 29.
  • Making Connections: Evaluation of a Total Communication Training Cascade in Adult Services in a Rural Part of the U.K.
  • K. Bunning
  • Chapter 30.
  • Towell
  • Chapter 63.
  • Increasing Participation and Empowerment of People with Intellectual Disabilities through Sociocultural Multisensory Work
  • M. Sirkkola --
  • S. Baum
  • Chapter 67.
  • Evaluation Capacity Building in a Community Based Agency
  • C. Clark
  • Chapter 64.
  • Digital Supports for Multiple Disabled Persons
  • M. del Carmen Malbran
  • Chapter 65.
  • Improving Access to Bristol NHS Walk-in Centers for People with Intellectual Disabilities
  • K. Scarborough
  • Chapter 66.
  • Emerging Evidence for the Use of Systemic Family Therapy
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xiii, 435 p.
Isbn
9781616680237
Isbn Type
(hardcover)
Lccn
2010001747
Note
Provided by the Frank Allen Family Research Fund
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • (CaMWU)u2079610-01umb_inst
  • 2227538
  • (Sirsi) i9781616680237
  • (OCoLC)500821431

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