A qualitative study of the views and experiences of families of young adults with intellectual disabilities. A new article on this perpetually tricky issue.
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JCN 2019 – Transitions ID and families pdf
Read the first blog post on the new E4L – Engagement4Learning website.
Written by Professor Barry Carpenter.
Engaging Learners with Complex Learning Difficulties and Disabilities – (2015)
Following the work of its Complex Needs Review Group , Chaired by Professor Barry Carpenter, nasen is delighted to announce the publication of the latest free legislative updates to the Complex Needs training materials.
This comprehensive online update sets out the most pressing legal responsibilities above and beyond the Children and Families Act 2014.
Whether you’re a SENCO, teacher, teaching assistant, governor or manager, these slide-based online materials are a rich resource designed with you in mind.
Access the key information that you’ll need for your school and ensure that you meet all of the necessary legal requirements for your setting.
The experiences of family carers in the delivery of invasive clinical interventions for young people with complex intellectual disabilities: policy disconnect or policy opportunity?
This is a little discussed topic , but one that faces many families of children and adults with an complex learning difficulty and disability.
Authors:Michael Brown, Louise Hoyle and Thanos Karatzias
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