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Individuals with intellectual disabilities who live with family and experience psychiatric crisis: Who uses the emergency department and who stays home?
(Taylor & Francis, 2011)
Many individuals with intellectual disabilities who live with their families experience mental health problems and ensuing psychiatric emergencies. During periods of crisis, families may require additional services, including ...
Factors associated with caregiver burden among parents of individuals with ASD: Differences across intellectual functioning
Symptoms of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) persist into adolescence and adulthood, when access to health services and supports become difficult. Consequently, most adolescents and adults with ASD remain reliant on their ...
Service utilization patterns in parents of youth and adults with intellectual disability who experienced behavioral crisis
(Taylor & Francis, 2010)
Family caregivers play an important role in supporting people with intellectual disability (ID) and mental health problems or serious challenging behaviors across the lifespan. Relevant services for parents of people with ...
Psychology graduate student training in developmental disability: A Canadian survey
(American Psychological Association, 2010)
Psychology graduate student training in developmental disability has received very little attention in North America, and no study has examined the state of training for clinical and counselling psychologists in Canada, ...