Table of Contents:
Preface pp. i-xiv
Mental Health pp. 1-2
Psychiatric symptomatology and function of challenging in children with intellectual disabilities, pp. 3-6
Diagnostic Manual-Intellectual Disability: differential diagnosis of children with intellectual disabilities, pp. 7-14
Early onset psychosis in youth with intellectual disabilities, pp. 15-18
Friedlander.R.,Klancnik.J., Donnelly. T.
Psychopharmacotherapy in adults with intellectual disabilities –
A review over a ten year period, pp. 19-26
Voss. T., Schmidt. B., Grohmann. R., Schade. C., Diefenbacher. A.
Premenstrual syndrome in women with Down syndrome, pp. 27-32
Women with and without intellectual disabilities and psychiatric disorders:
A comparison of the literature, pp. 33-38
Staffs’ knowledge and perceptions of working with women with intellectual disabilities and mental health problems, pp. 39-42
Forensic psychotherapy and paedophilia in intellectual disabilities, pp. 43-52
Aging and Lifespan
Psychosocial aspects of aging in Down syndrome: The impact of life events, pp. 55-62
Four to forty years: the pattern of development of a cohort with Down syndrome, pp. 63-68
Survival in elderly persons with Down syndrome, pp. 69-74
Coppus. AMW, Evenhuis. HM, Verberne. G-J, Visser. FE, Oostra.BA., Eikelenboom. P, van Gool. WA., Janssens. JC., van Duijn. CM
How do persons with severe and profound intellectual disabilities experience their approaching death and how can they be supported, pp. 75-80,
Maaskant. M , van de Kerkhof. RM., van Bommel. H., van de Wouw.W.
The frailty syndrome in older persons with intellectual disabilities, pp. 81-86
Supporting aging adults with intellectual disabilities, pp. 87-90
Hole. R. , Stainton.T., Wilson.L
Talking to older women with intellectual disabilities about participating in breast cancer screening, pp. 91-96
Willis. D.S., Kennedy. C.K., Kilbride. L.
Lifespan related diseases in the adults with profound and multiple intellectual disabilities, pp. 97-99
Sone. S., Araki. K., Ezoe, T., Saijo. H., Hamaguchi. H., Takeda. Y., Nakayama. H., Motohashi. K., Inada. H., Hirayama. T., Suzuki. H., Hirayama. Y., Kurata. K., Arima. M.
Biological and Biobehavioral Issues
Fragile X: A family of disorders and advances in treatment, 103-110
Biomarkers of aggressive and self-abusive behavior, pp. 111-112
Brown. WT., Cohen. IL., Freedland. R., Flory. M., Yoo. J.H., Jill Pettinger.J., Tsiouris. JA.
Do behavior problems in children with Down syndrome suggest a phenotypic pattern?, pp. 113-118
Cuskelly. M., Chant. D., Hayes. A., Jobling.A.
Challenging behavior in Angelman syndrome, CHARGE syndrome, Cornelia de Lange syndrome, and Prader-Willi syndrome, pp. 119-124
Wulffaert. J., Dijkxhoorn. YM., van Berckelaer-Onnes. IA.,
Fetal alcohol and fetal tobacco syndromes: a Japanese perspective, pp. 125-128
Challenging Behavior and Offending
People with intellectual disabilities in the criminal justice system, pp. 131-136
Mental health services for people with intellectual disabilities in residential care in Israel, 137-142
Merrick.J., Merrick-Kenig.E., Isack Kandel. I., Morad.M.
The psychological impact of violence on staff, pp. 143-150
Rose. JL., Howard.R
Ethology and neuropharmacology of aggressive behaviors in individuals with intellectual disabilities, pp. 151-156
Is self-injurious behavior related to addiction behaviors?, pp. 157-162
Communication and Social Issues
The perceptions of professionals on the protocols of the SLT’s in the diagnosis of children with Autism spectrum disorders, pp. 165-170
Mophosho. M., Wenke.A
Autonomy as explained by Autism diagnosis, age cohort, language skills and challenging behavior, pp. 171-174
Making connections: Evaluation of a Total Communication training cascade in adult services in a rural part of the U.K., pp.175-182
Expression of distress in children with Autism spectrum disorder in the first two years of life, pp. 183-186
Esposito.G., de Falco. G., Venuti..P
Movement development in autism development in autism spectrum disorder: evidence for early diagnosis, pp.187-190
Esposito.G., de Falco. G., Venuti..P
Using non-directive research methods to explore the barriers and supports to learning, pp. 191-196
Porter. J., Daniels. H
Empowerment, Rights and Ethics
Women with intellectual disabilities: Their place in history 1800s-2000s,pp. 199-202
Safeguarding the reproductive rights of women with intellectual disabilities, pp. 203-207
Women with intellectual disabilities: Understanding same-sex relationships, pp. 209-213
“Who’d Want Him!”: Barriers to gay men w, pp. 215-218
Blyth. C.,Carson. I.
An exploratory study of the experiences of victims of sexual abuse who have intellectual disabilities in accessing the justice system and other support services, pp. 219-224
Koopman. G., Roux. A.
Sharing stories of everyday life with adults and children who have severe/profound intellectual disabilities, pp. 225-229
Grove. N., Harwood. N., Ross. V.
Families and Parents
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, pp. 233-237
Steel. R., Vandevelde.S., Poppe.L., Moyson.T.
Parental well-being: Comparing stress profiles in mothers and fathers of children with autism and Down syndrome, pp. 239-246
Miodrag.N., Sladeczek. I.E.
Parent’s views on the future for their disabled child and family, pp. 247-254
Family quality of life: A comparison of trends in eight countries,pp. 255-264
Experiences of family carers of people with intellectual disabilities and a diagnosed mental health condition, pp. 265-271
Gibbs. M., Priest. H., Read. S.
Families of 40-year olds with Down syndrome and of a comparison group, pp. 273-277
Quality of Life and Spirituality
Physical and psychological barriers in public transportation for school children with intellectual disabilities, pp. 281-286
Monniger. D., Tsakarestos.A.
Public transportation as a means of social integration for school children with intellectual disabilities, pp. 287-289
Tillmann. V., Haveman.M.
The quality of life of people with disabilities in Ireland in 2007, pp. 291-299
Getting by better with help from my friends -Social Capital and its contribution to lives of Irish people with intellectual disabilities, pp. 301-312
Community participation and the influence of environmental factors, pp. 313-317
Verdonschot. M.M.L., de Witte. L.P.
Persons with intellectual disabilities as subjects in theory and practice of diaconal work, pp. 319-322
Relationships between people with and without intellectual disabilities in congregations: a matter of transferring special knowledge?, pp. 323-325
Christians’ social constructions of disability, pp. 327-330
Enhancing spiritual supports and faith community leadership: Unique opportunities for university centers on intellectual disabilities, pp. 331-334
Faith, biotechnology, and disability, pp. 335-339
Signs of the Times: Interpreting developments in spiritual supports for people with intellectual disabilities through a theological lens, pp. 341-343
Spirituality at the end of life: Challenges and opportunities, pp. 345-348
Policy, Populations and Service Systems
Enhancing self-determination in health care and improving health outcomes for individuals with intellectual disabilities, pp. 351-357
O’Hara. D., Bacon. A.
Supporting staff who support clients with intellectual disabilities, pp. 359-362
Five components towards a successful de-institutionalisation, pp. 363-369
Care for people with learning difficulties and with a visual impairment: A train the trainers program, pp. 371-373
Arentz. G.M.H.J., Sterkenburg. P.S., Stolk.J.
Care and service trajectories for people with intellectual disabilities: quality aspects from the client’s perspective, pp. 375-379
Barelds. A., van de Goor. L.A.M., ,van Heck.G.L.M.,Schols. J.M.G.A.
Achieving equal citizenship: Meeting the challenges of the UN convention on the rights of persons with disabilities, pp. 381-387
Increasing participation and empowerment of people with intellectual disabilities through sociocultural multisensory work, pp. 389-396
Digital supports for multiple disabled persons. pp. 397-400
del Carmen Malbrán.M
Improving access to Bristol NHS Walk-in centers for people with intellectual disabilities, pp. 401-406
People with intellectual disabilities: Citizens in the world, pp. 407-409
Smyly. S.R.,Lynggaard. H., Baum. S.
Evaluation Capacity Building in a community based agency, pp. 411-417
Isaacs. B.J., and Clark. C.
Index pp. 419-434