Thursday, 16 July 2015

Resources

Interaction is the journal of the Australian Institute on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (the information, research and development arm of Inclusion Australia). Interaction is principally a print journal, but some articles are published online for a short time.

Currently, two articles from recent issues can be read online:

Perceptions control reality: our family's journey to embracing an inclusionary vision
Catia Malaquis,  Interaction, Vol 28, Issue 2, 2014

Choice does not equal 'informed choice' around inclusive education
Catherine and Andrew McDonald, Interaction, Vol 28, Issue 2, 2014

Both articles, and the link to subscribe to Interaction can be reached here.


The Scoop on Poop
Yona Lunsky and Angela Gonzales, Service, Support and Success, Volume 4, Issue 7: July 2015
... it is not a popular conversation topic, it is also one we tend to veer away from when it comes to the individuals we support. And this is worrisome because it is actually one of the topics that needs to be discussed ...

Service Support and Success is well worth the (free) subscription or a bookmark if you work with or are interested in supporting people with intellectual disability.

Recognising Fathers

Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities (UK), 2009
Ideas for practitioners in education, health, social care and family support settings to involve fathers in meetings and appointments about their children with learning disabilities ...

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