Primary-secondary control and coping: A cross-cultural comparison.
Developmental psychopathology: Epidemiology, diagnostics, and treatment. Depressive disorders in children and adolescents: Epidemiology, risk factors, and treatment.
Anxiety disorders in children and adolescents: Epidemiology, risk factors, and treatment. Substance abuse and dependence in adolescence. Depression bei Kindern und Jugendlichen. Angst bei Kindern und Jugendlichen. Conduct and oppositional defiant disorders: Epidemiology, risk factors, and treatment.
Aggression bei Kindern und Jugendlichen. Agresivnost u Djece i Mladezi.
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In addition, chapters are written to benefit the widest variety of professionals treating clients with ID across disciplines. Key areas featured in the Handbook include: General issues and assessment methods. Core etiological approaches, including neuroimaging. Comorbid psychopathology, including mood, anxiety, and personality disorders.
Common clinical conditions, such as ADHD, autism, and behavior problems. Medical and psychological interventions as well as community and inpatient services.
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As persons with intellectual disability experience terminal illness and approach their end of life, this poses further challenges for the staff in intellectual disability settings. Furthermore, the psychiatry of ID is offering models for the assessment, support systems and diagnostic frameworks in all severe mental and cognitive disorders. Zorgmaatwerk, Friesland, the Netherlands; Trajectum, centre for forensic psychiatry and intellectual disabilities, Boschoord, the Netherlands. A lack of knowledge of the needs of persons with intellectual disability by staff in general acute medical settings has been identified as leading to diagnostic overshadowing and unexpected and unexplained deaths MENCAP Grief does surface. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers; ; Chapter 1.
Lifting the veil : Lesbians with intellectual disabilities ID Protecting people with intellectual disabilities ID from abuse : The role of cultures, organisations and environments Protecting people with intellectual disabilities ID from abuse : Why does it take so long for someone to say something? The assessment of sexual knowledge in people with an intellectual disability ID Evaluation of attitudes to independent living of adults with intellectual disabilities ID in St.
Supporting Violet's choice to die at home Funerals : understanding, inclusion and choice of people with intellectual disabilities ID Comprehensive geriatric assessment of older adults with an intellectual disability ID Adults with Down syndrome DS and dementia : The role of carers in the assessment process Person centred evaluation in a multidisciplinary, life span perspective : Proposal of an experimental database and an experimental battery Clinical manifestation of dementia among people who have Down syndrome DS A carer-determined questionnaire for screening dementia among people who have Down syndrome DS : The qualitative stage A carer-determined questionnaire for screening dementia among people who have Down syndrome DS : The quantitative stage Alzheimer disease AD in people with Down syndrome DS : Are personality and behaviour changes an early indicator?
Mental imagery : An image of quality of life The order of disturbance : philosophical and theological reflections on the accessibility of religious communities for persons with intellectual disabilities Circles, triangles, and the geometry of community building : An abstract, playful, yet systematic exploration of philosophical, spiritual, and practical challenges and best practices in community inclusion Where there's a motif, there's a method!
Step 1 : the provision of information Informed decision-making by people with intellectual disabilities ID when taking psychotropic medication? Step 2 : decision-making without undue influence Informed consent in practice : Reaching informed consent to psychotropic medication in persons with intellectual disabilities ID A two-sided effort Incapacitated patient's autonomy and the right to authorize medical intervention Is decision making a psychological capacity or a social process?
The perceived relationship between intelligence and speed of thought, and its effects on people with intellectual disabilities ID Care : Moral concept or organisational suffix? Individualized funding basics, models and evidence : A survey of recent developments A descriptive study of gender identity disorder in people with intellectual disabilities ID Screened out : Women with disabilities and preventative health Developing a gendered adulthood in Norway's integrated generation Surrounded by women : Men in care Gender and service user careers of people with intellectual disabilities ID Feminist technoscience : Bridging between gender, disabilities and practices Gendered social connections and women with intellectual disabilities ID Mothers with intellectual disabilities ID and their children : Gendered social relations and support networks Gender and self advocacy : A neglected issue?
The views of people with intellectual disabilities ID on their present and future living arrangements Living arrangements of older women with intellectual disabilities ID : A global view Respite care from the perspective of young persons with intellectual disabilities ID The family's role in advocacy for people with intellectual disabilities ID in the mid to late 20th Century Role and perspectives of family as witnesses to change Provision for children with intellectual disabilities ID in Bedfordshire, UK, — : a local case study A tale of two social movements : A comparison of self advocacy and pro-institution perspectives Building community versus empowering individuals : The struggle in a faith-based community Empowering or disowning?
Dilemmas in providing effective support for people with intellectual disabilities ID Everyone can serve! Moral competence in everyday practice of care Ethics of direct support work Can professionals be ethical and work together?