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Fathers of people with intellectual disability: A review of the literature
The aim of this article is to review the literature related to fathers of people who have an intellectual disability (ID). Electronic databases and citation tracking were used to collate data usingExpand
Futures planning, parental expectations and sibling concern for people who have a learning disability
A questionnaire was e-mailed to 200 siblings on the Sibs database to explore future plans, parental expectations and sibling concerns regarding people who have a learning disability; 21Expand
Older parents of people who have a learning disability: perceptions of future accommodation needs
The aim of this qualitative study was to provide an insight into the perceptions of older parents of learning disabled people on the future accommodation needs of their adult children.Expand
Problem-Based Learning within Occupational Therapy Education: A Summary of the Salford Experience
The Directorate of Occupational Therapy at Salford University adopted a modified problem-based learning (PBL) approach in March 2004. In recent years, PBL has received mixed reviews as a teachingExpand
Futures planning - adult sibling perspectives
15 adult siblings of people who have a learning disability were interviewed in relation to their future wishes and expectations of care giving. Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) was usedExpand
Adult sibling experience, roles, relationships and future concerns - a review of the literature in learning disabilities.
AIM This paper provides a review of the literature related to adult siblings of learning-disabled people. BACKGROUND Siblings of learning-disabled people are often looked upon as next of kin whenExpand
Siblings of adults who have a learning disability : personal wishes, reality and parental expectations for future support
Sibling relationships are significant in the lives of people who have a learning disability. They usually form a major part of their social network and there is an expectation at government, socialExpand
Adult Siblings Consider the Future: Emergent Themes.
BACKGROUND This study aimed to explore the perceptions of adult siblings regarding a future care role and compare with perceived parental wishes as family often provide a key support role in theExpand
Ageism within Occupational Therapy?
Despite the arrival of the National Service Framework for Older People in 2001, age discrimination continues to exist both in popular society and in health and social care settings. Within thisExpand
Is Clinical Updating a Valuable Mechanism for Enhancing the Student Experience?
This opinion piece aims to clarify the concepts of the theory-practice and practice-theory gaps, and to begin to explore the impact of these gaps on efficacious occupational therapy practice. AnyExpand