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Univ. of Toronto, Canada. Textbook provides a guide to intellectual and developmental disabilities. Topics include an overview of intellectual and developmental disabilities, etiology and conditions, support and intervention, developmental disabilities through the life span, and more. For students and practitioners.
Table of Contents
|What is meant by intellectual and developmental disabilities||p. 3|
|Historical overview of intellectual and developmental disabilities||p. 17|
|Changing perspectives on developmental disabilities||p. 35|
|Trends and issues in intellectual and developmental disabilities||p. 45|
|International human rights and intellectual disability||p. 59|
|Role of advocacy in ensuring disability rights and entitlements||p. 69|
|Introduction to genetics and development||p. 87|
|Introduction to the nervous systems||p. 109|
|Factors that cause or contribute to intellectual and developmental disabilities||p. 125|
|Down syndrome||p. 149|
|Fragile X syndrome||p. 173|
|Autism and related disabilities||p. 189|
|Asperger syndrome||p. 205|
|Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder||p. 213|
|Other syndromes and disorders associated with intellectual and developmental disabilities||p. 229|
|Children, families, and HIV infection||p. 269|
|Cerebral palsy||p. 279|
|Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder||p. 295|
|Abnormal behavior||p. 309|
|An introduction to assessment, diagnosis, intervention, and services||p. 335|
|Person-centered and family-centered support||p. 351|
|Behavioral intervention and intellectual disabilities||p. 363|
|A positive intervention model for understanding, helping, and coping with "challenging" families||p. 373|
|Speech and language disorders||p. 383|
|Role of diversity in psychological assessment and intervention for individuals with developmental disabilities||p. 403|
|Roles, education, training, and professional values of disability personnel||p. 415|
|Prenatal and early life||p. 433|
|Principles and practices of early intervention||p. 451|
|Maltreatment of children with developmental disabilities||p. 467|
|Education for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities||p. 489|
|The transition from school to adult life||p. 511|
|Work and employment for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities||p. 527|
|Lifestyles of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities||p. 545|
|Providing supports and services that enhance a family's quality of life||p. 561|
|Sexuality and people who have intellectual disabilities||p. 573|
|A gendered approach to intellectual and developmental disabilities||p. 585|
|Parenting by people with intellectual disabilities||p. 595|
|Aging with an intellectual disability||p. 607|
|Ethics of consent in people with intellectual and developmental disabilities||p. 619|
|Physical health||p. 629|
|Intellectual disabilities and behavioral, emotional, and psychiatric disturbances||p. 645|
|Nutritional considerations in children with intellectual and developmental disabilities||p. 667|
|Implications of Alzheimer's disease for people with down syndrome and other intellectual disabilities||p. 681|
|Current advances and a vision for the future||p. 703|
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