A New Edition of Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities Is Now Available

December 22, 2017

Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities (vol. 30, no. 6, 2017) is available online by subscription only.

Articles include:

  • “Intellectual Disabilities and Decision Making at End of Life: A Literature Review” by Abbie Kirkendall, Kristen Linton, and Saritha Farris
  • “Direct Care Workers’ Experiences of Grief and Needs for Support” by Jennifer A. Gray and Jinsook Kim
  • “The Experiences of Staff Who Support People with Intellectual Disability on Issues about Death, Dying and Bereavement: A metasynthesis” by Ailsa J. Lord, Stephen Field, and Ian C. Smith
  • “Supporting End of Life Decision Making: Case Studies of Relational Closeness in Supported Decision Making for People with Severe or Profound Intellectual Disability” by Joanne Watson, Erin Wilson, and Nick Hagiliassis
  • “Making Sense of Bereavement in People with Profound Intellectual and Multiple Disabilities: Carer Perspectives” by Hannah Young, James Hogg, and Brenda Garrard
  • “Agency, Social and Healthcare Supports for Adults with Intellectual Disability at the End of Life in Out-of-Home, Non-Institutional Community Residences in Western Nations: A Literature Review” by Teresa T. Moro, Teresa A. Savage, and Sarah Gehlert
  • “Emergency Medical Services Providers’ Perspective of End-of-Life Decision Making for People with Intellectual Disabilities” by Jacqueline McGinley, Deborah P Waldrop, and Brian Clemency
  • “An Exploration of Clinical Psychology’s Response to Parental Bereavement in Adults with Intellectual Disability” by Lynn Irwin, Grace O’Malley, Shazia Neelofur, and Suzanne Guerin
  • “Assessing Knowledge and Attitudes about End of Life: Evaluation of Three Instruments Designed for Adults with Intellectual Disability” by R. J. Stancliffe, M. Y. Wiese, S. Read, G. Jeltes, and J. M. Clayton
  • “‘I’m Still Here’: Exploring what Matters to People with Intellectual Disability During Advance Care Planning” by Nicola McKenzie, Brigit Mirfin-Veitch, Jennifer Conder, and Sharon Brandford
  • “Communicating about Death and Dying: Developing Training for Staff Working in Services for People with Intellectual Disabilities” by Irene Tuffrey-Wijne, Tracey Rose, Robert Grant, and Astrid Wijne
  • “Paediatric Palliative Care and Intellectual Disability—A Unique Context” by Jacqueline K Duc, Anthony Robert Herbert, and Helen S Heussler
  • “Providing End-of-Life Care in Disability Community Living Services: An Organizational Capacity-Building Model Using a Public Health Approach” by Andrea Grindrod and Bruce Rumbold
  • “People with Intellectual Disabilities at the End of Their Lives: The Case for Specialist Care?” by Rachel Forrester-Jones et al.
  • “Challenges in Providing End-of-Life Care for People with Intellectual Disability: Health Services Access” by  Stuart Wark, Rafat Hussain, Arne Müller, Peta Ryan, and Trevor Parmenter

 

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