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by David Matthews
- ISBN: 0953001113
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- Author: David Matthews
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- Publisher: Fairfield (2001)
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Developments in Community Care for Adults with Learning Disabilities. The weight status of a group of 35 adults with learning disabilities was studied.
Developments in Community Care for Adults with Learning Disabilities. people wiih mental handicap living in the community. The group with varying degrees of learning disability, all lived in staffed health authority accommodation. Distribution of Body Mass Index (weight for height) was found to be polarised with greater numbers of both obese and underweight people than would be expected in the general British population.
Healthy Lifestyles program offers a promising approach to promoting health among people with. Role-play and small group activities. were also used to facilitate learning. Participants were able to follow along with the. trainer using a handbook given to them at the.
People with intellectual disabilities (ID) are a specific group that could benefit from AP, but use less AP compared to. .
People with intellectual disabilities (ID) are a specific group that could benefit from AP, but use less AP compared to their nonintellectual disabled peers. 266 This is supported by a recent study which concluded that whilst people with learning disabilities can learn about their health through health promotion, to maintain their learning they need continued support from people other than health professionals, such as carers, families or community supports. Health Inequalities and People With Learning Disabilities in the UK. Book.
Making Opportunities for Healthy Lifestyles . 9B Fit and Healthy -. fitness. am i fit ? why ? which body systems are affected by fitness ? what are the four features. Oregon Healthy Lifestyles Curriculum Development, Curriculum developed by:, Team of professionals with disabilities from the Oregon Institute on Disability & Development (OIDD) of OHSU, Oregonians with disabilities.
Why the care of people with learning disabilities and autism is in need of urgent improvement. The Foundation of Nursing Studies has published a report looking at the unique skills that learning disability nurses have to offer. Learning Disability Practice. 13 June ·. Learning disability is an 'equal and valuable' branch of nursing, says report RCNi.
Learning disability and career entry into the sciences: A critical analysis of.Promoting the career potential of Youth with disabilities Personal lifestyle preferences of people with an intellectual disability
Learning disability and career entry into the sciences: A critical analysis of attitudinal factors. Journal of Career Development, 28, 263–275. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Promoting the career potential of Youth with disabilities. Personal lifestyle preferences of people with an intellectual disability. Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability, 21, 91–114. Nota, . Soresi, . Ferrari, . & Wehmeyer, M. L. (in press).
People with learning disabilities often experience health inequalities and poorer health than the general population
People with learning disabilities often experience health inequalities and poorer health than the general population. This article describes the development of an exercise group for people with learning disabilities in North Devon. Download full-text PDF. Source. Paper: Fit for life: promoting healthy lifestyles for adults with learning disabilities. To: Phill Howe, Linda Hancox. Please enter a personalized message to the authors. More detailed explanations for your need are more likely to get a response.
The present study aimed at exploring the views of people with ID about a healthy . An evaluation of health practitioner input to improve healthy living and reduce obesity for adults with learning disabilities.
The present study aimed at exploring the views of people with ID about a healthy lifestyle, exercise, and to take part in a health promotion program. A qualitative method was an appropriate method for capturing the informants’ points of view. Participants were adults with intellectual disability who would be able to give their consent verbally and in written form. Journal of Intellectual Disabilities, 9, 131-144.
This new report: Looking Together: Spiritual beliefs and aspirations of people with learning disabilities, starts by examining why spiritual life is so important, and goes on to explore some of the barriers that people with learning disabilities face as they try to practice their religion or spiritual life. These barriers can include a lack of independence, unwelcoming faith communities, and tensions with staff beliefs. Livability welcomes new report on the spiritual lives of people with learning disabilities, Livability.
People with learning disabilities are living longer, thanks to improvements in health and health care, although life .
People with learning disabilities are living longer, thanks to improvements in health and health care, although life expectancy for people with learning disabilities is still shorter compared with the general population 1. As a result, carers who look after people with learning disabilities are met with an increasing number who are developing dementia 2. Achieving this will require reasonable adjustments to public health. data from GPs show that the number of people with learning disabilities diagnosed with dementia is . times the number expected, if general population age and sex specific rates had applied 4 (see Figure 1).