8 edition of Health and Women With Intellectual Disabilities (International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disabilities) found in the catalog.
by Blackwell Publishers
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||248|
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This innovative book was written by women with disabilities and women professionals who work with persons with disabilities. Women With Disabilities covers many concerns about life with a disability and issues related to disability and psychotherapy. The authors represent a variety of disabilities, ethnicities, sexualities, and › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Medicine & Health Sciences. The book includes chapters on aggression, epilepsy, drug treatments and end-of-life issues. This book is aimed principally at family members and caregivers but is also recommended for professionals, including physicians, psychologists, nurses, health related therapists, working in the field of aging and intellectual ://
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The first interdisciplinary book taking a contextual approach to the developing health needs of women with intellectual disabilities. It considers the social, economic and political contexts of health promotion. Its concise but comprehensive evidence base makes it a unique, reliable source for a wide :// Health of Women with Intellectual Disabilities is the first interdisciplinary book taking a contextual approach to the developing health needs of women with intellectual disabilities.
The book considers the social, economic and political contexts of health :// Get this from a library. Health of women with intellectual disabilities. [Patricia Noonan Walsh; Tamar Heller; International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disabilities.;] -- "Women comprise more than half the worldwide population of persons with an intellectual disability.
They belong to the most vulnerable sections of society and merit special attention from the health Health of Women with Intellectual Disabilities (Int. Assoc. for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disabilities Book 1) - Kindle edition by Noonan-Walsh, Patricia, Walsh, Patricia, Heller, Tamar.
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Health of Women with Intellectual Disabilities (Int. Assoc. for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disabilities Book 1) (English Edition) eBook: Patricia Noonan-Walsh, Patricia Walsh, Tamar Heller: : Kindle Store This is a book to help women with intellectual disability learn more about their health.
It also provides a list of resources on disability for women with intellectual disability, their family members, carers or health care professionals.
It can be used as a teaching tool to help women with intellectual disability learn about their health. Sections Health of women with intellectual disabilities Health of women with intellectual disabilities As one would expect, the health of women with learning disabilities across the lifespan is considered and includes evidence-based case studies.
The first three chapters are more for reference purpose as they provide a wealth of data about the context of :// /health-of-women-with-intellectual-disabilities-QDwMbexq5Z. Intellectual disability (ID) is a term used when there are significant limitations to a person’s ability to learn at an expected level and function in daily life.
Although women with ID report similar rates of sexual activity as women without a disability, they may receive limited sexual and reproductive health :// Adults with intellectual disabilities (ID) face multiple health disparities and challenges to accessing health care. Little is known about sexual health care of this population and about how to optimize women’s reproductive health care for women with intellectual disabilities.
Women with ID face important barriers to care, including lack of provider training and experience, hesitancy to One of the veryfew benefits of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities living in institutional or congregate settings was that a team of health care clinicians and therapists were able to specialize to provide multidisciplinary, coordinated care to these patients.
One key, longtime member of the IDD Toolkit team, Dr. Tom Michelle has conducted research on the reproductive health of women with learning disabilities, focusing on contraception and on the menopause.
She has published widely in these fields. This includes a number of resource packs with Pavilion Publishing, but also in books, academic and professional :// Introduction. People with intellectual disabilities and/or autism experience health inequalities.
1,2 Death occurs at a younger age and the prevalence of long-term morbidities is higher than in the general population.
2 UK guidance outlines the necessity of tailoring healthcare services to meet their needs. 3 Despite this, their access to healthcare services is lower than the general The book considers a variety of challenges faced by those with intellectual disabilities, from physical illnesses such as diabetes, epilepsy and sexual health issues, through to issues such as addiction, mental health and ageing.
Contributors: Jim Blair, Penny Blake, Malin Broberg, Michael Brown, Eddie Chaplin, Bob Davies, Gillian Eastgate › University Textbooks › Medicine & Health Sciences › Medicine. Girls with intellectual disabilities require clear, direct information, and opportunities to practise new skills.
Resources such as the Special Girls’ Business picture book are very helpful for them, their families and for professionals working with them (see Box).
Health of Women with Intellectual Disabilities by Tamar Heller,available at Book Depository with free delivery :// Little is known about sexual health care of this population and about how to optimize women's reproductive health care for women with intellectual disabilities.
Women with ID face important barriers to care, including lack of provider training and experience, hesitancy to broach the topic of sexual health, a lack of sexual knowledge and limited The book offers an overview of how to work with some of the most damaged members of society - children and adults with intellectual disabilities who abuse others.
Drawing on insight from two decades of clinical work, the author examines More than 20 million American women and girls have some form of disability, and this number will only increase in the years to come. At the same time, women with disabilities often have difficulty accessing health care services, and the quality of the health care they do receive is often worse than the care received by women without disabilities and men with :// This book is aimed at an international audience of physicians and other allied health personnel concerned about the health and welfare of adults with intellectual disability.
It should also be of interest to researchers, administrators, and senior program personnel engaged in this › Medicine › Neurology. Residents wearing protective masks dance to maintain morale and improve their physical health at the Alas Foundation centre for women with intellectual disabilities amid the COVID outbreak in.
of women with disabilities, schools, caregivers, and health care providers, these barriers can be overcome.
Keywords: Disability, women with disabilities, reproductive care, women’s health, sexuality, contraception, barriers to care Introduction All women have a right to reproductive care regardless of intellectual or developmental ?article=&context=pediatrics_facpub.Get this from a library!
Health inequalities and people with intellectual disabilities. [Eric Emerson; Chris Hatton, (Professor)] -- "People with intellectual disabilities die at a younger age and have poorer health than their non-disabled peers.
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