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A critical review of the literature relevant to social problem‐solving skills training (SPSST) in individuals with intellectual disabilities concluded that although there is some evidence that training may be effective, the evidence is weak. It is suggested that little is known about factors...
The quality of life construct is briefly reviewed. This is followed by a description of 13 scales that purport to measure the construct. Each scale is analysed in terms of its scope and psychometric properties. Two major conclusions are drawn. The first is that the two scales which seem to have...
Recent theoretically‐driven models have suggested that care staff causal attributions about challenging behaviours may influence staff intervention behaviour. Previous research on staff attributions has been concerned mainly with institution staff. The present study focused on community staff...
Twenty‐one South Asian adolescents and adults with intellectual disabilities were interviewed regarding eight areas of their lives: accommodation, individual support, day services, service support, social and recreational activities, friendships and relationships, ethnic and racial identity, and...
Book reviewed in this article: Autism: An Inside Out Approach: D. Williams Challenging Behaviour: Analysis and Intervention in People with Learning Disabilities: E. Emerson Psychological Disturbances in Epilepsy: J. Chris Sackellares and Stanley Berent Invisible Victims: Crime and Abuse against...
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