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The Understanding and Supporting People with Intellectual Disability online resource has been designed to present a contemporary picture and...
The term ‘syndrome’ is used to describe a collection or combination of conditions which develop together and result from a single cause. For...
Diabetes and People with intellectual disabilities need support from staff to manage their condition and live healthy lives. Without this su...
Recognize the effects of caring for a person with an intellectual disability on close and extended family members.
All of us experience challenges to our emotional well-being at some stage in our lives, with one in four of us experiencing a problem with o...
This training programme supports the development of competence in direct support workers to meet the needs of people with Profound and Multi...
This Supporting Self-Determination and Choice training programme supports the development of competence in direct support workers to assist ...
This training programme supports the development of competence in direct support workers to effectively support people with cerebral palsy, ...
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder is a well-documented neurological disorder: an individual’s brain develops and functions differentl...
This is one of a series of programmes was designed by the National Institute of Intellectual Disability Studies along with Dr Michelle McCarthy University of Kent Tizard Center to provide organisations and all those who work in them, with the values, attitudes, competence, knowledge and skills to support people with Intellectual disabilities with their sexual development and expression.
The programme draws on the findings from research we conducted in Ireland, into the real experiences of people with Intellectual disabilities. We asked questions about how they live their lives and what they think they need and want. The research was conducted by Martha McGinn under the supervision of Dr Hilary Brown. 40 service users, 40 parents and 40 staff were interviewed for this research.
We also reference some of the work from Supported Loving which is a comprehensive UK based website, devoted to supporting people with Intellectual Disabilities, to help them to navigate their way through all the complexities of relationships and sexual expression.
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