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Are adults with intellectual disabilities socially excluded? An exploratory study in Taiwan
On the differential nature of induced and incidental echolalia in autism
Grossi, D.; Marcone, R.; Cinquegrana, T.; Gallucci, M.
General practitioners' views on perceived and actual gains, benefits and barriers associated with the implementation of an Australian health assessment for people with intellectual disability
Lennox, N. G.; Brolan, C. E.; Dean, J.; Ware, R. S.; Boyle, F. M.; Taylor Gomez, M.; van Dooren, K.; Bain, C.
Promoting social inclusion through Unified Sports for youth with intellectual disabilities: a five‐nation study
McConkey, R.; Dowling, S.; Hassan, D.; Menke, S.
Family carers' perspectives on post‐school transition of young people with intellectual disabilities with special reference to ethnicity
Raghavan, R.; Pawson, N.; Small, N.
Health care in adults with Down syndrome: a longitudinal cohort study
Jensen, K. M.; Davis, M. M.
Psychometric properties of the ‘Spanish Burnout Inventory’ among employees working with people with intellectual disability
Gil‐Monte, P. R.; Figueiredo‐Ferraz, H.
A longitudinal study of the intra‐country variations in the provision of residential care for adult persons with an intellectual disability
McConkey, R.; Kelly, F.; Craig, S.; Mannan, H.
‘If and when?’: the beliefs and experiences of community living staff in supporting older people with intellectual disability to know about dying
Wiese, M.; Dew, A.; Stancliffe, R. J.; Howarth, G.; Balandin, S.