ISSN 0964-2633 (Print); ISSN 1365-2788 (Online)
Outcomes of a new residential scheme for adults with intellectual disabilities in Taiwan: a 2‐year follow‐up
Chou, Y‐C.; Pu, C.; Kröger, T.; Lee, W.; Chang, S.
Out‐of‐area provision for adults with intellectual disabilities and challenging behaviour in England: policy perspectives and clinical reality
Barron, D. Andrea; Hassiotis, A.; Paschos, D.
The relationship between challenging behaviour, burnout and cognitive variables in staff working with people who have intellectual disabilities
Mills, S.; Rose, J.
The impact of living arrangements and deinstitutionalisation in the health status of persons with intellectual disability in Europe
Martínez‐Leal, R.; Salvador‐Carulla, L.; Linehan, C.; Walsh, P.; Weber, G.; Van Hove, G.; Määttä, T.; Azema, B.; Haveman, M.; Buono, S.; Germanavicius, A.; van Schrojenstein Lantman‐de Valk, H.; Tossebro, J.; Carmen‐Câra, A.; Moravec Berger, D.; Perry, J.; Kerr, M.
Duty of care and autonomy: how support workers managed the tension between protecting service users from risk and promoting their independence in a specialist group home
Hawkins, R.; Redley, M.; Holland, A. J.
Social integration of people with intellectual disability: insights from a social psychological research programme
Dijker, A.; van Alphen, L.; Bos, A.; van den Borne, B.; Curfs, L.
The housing and support needs of people with an intellectual disability into older age
Shaw, K.; Cartwright, C.; Craig, J.
Family life and the impact of previous and present residential and day care support for children with major cognitive and behavioural challenges: a dilemma for services and policy
Brown, R. I.; Geider, S.; Primrose, A.; Jokinen, N. S.
Comparing residential programmes for adults with autism spectrum disorders and intellectual disability: outcomes of challenging behaviour and quality of life
Gerber, F.; Bessero, S.; Robbiani, B.; Courvoisier, D. S.; Baud, M. A.; Traoré, M.‐C.; Blanco, P.; Giroud, M.; Galli Carminati, G.
Invited review: Challenges of residential and community care: ‘the times they are a‐changin’