Crime and Abuse Against People with Learning Disabilities
Invisible Victims outlines the range and nature of crimes against people with learning difficulties, and the way the law does - or should - relate to these crimes. It discusses the sources of victimization and deals with prevention specifically from the perspective of learning disabilities.
In this book, case studies are presented to illustrate the functioning of community care to provide services for people with learning difficulties/disabilities and with intellectual and multiple disabilities. Further chapters give consideration to the issues concerned with the promotion of independent living.
The first book to make literature accessible to people with learning disabilities, Odyssey Now is a dramatisation of the story of Odysseus through a variety of interactive games for developing communication skills and as a means of implementing a multi-sensory approach. It is designed particularly to include people who have learning disabilites.
Psychological Perspectives on Changing Contexts
Encouraging professional psychologists and other staff groups to take a more reflective and dynamic stance in relation to their work, The Reflective Professional in Education provides insights and understandings into the building of more effective relationships with clients. It is based on experience derived from specialist work with ...
How Would I Cope?
This book describes and illustrates graphically how written communication can appear to a dyslexic, and how a dyslexic's efforts to communicate in this way can appear to others. Suggestions and hints are given on how best to use the dyslexic's abilities to by-pass inabilities, and enable him or her to live a normal life in society.
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