Sex offenders with learning disabilities : three responses to the challenge of service provision

By: Hingsburger, Dave.
Contributor(s): Flavelle, Eileen | Yates, Julian | et al.
Series: Journal of Learning Disabilities and Offending Behaviour 2 (1) 2011: 42-54.Publisher: 2011Subject(s): INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | SEX OFFENDERS | SERVICE PROVISION | GREAT BRITAIN | CANADASummary: Explores three differing approaches from three agencies to supporting and treating people with an intellectual disability who have sexually offended. The three agencies are: Waymarks in the United Kingdom, York Central Hospital Behaviour Management Services and Vita Community Living Services both in Ontario, Canada.
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Explores three differing approaches from three agencies to supporting and treating people with an intellectual disability who have sexually offended. The three agencies are: Waymarks in the United Kingdom, York Central Hospital Behaviour Management Services and Vita Community Living Services both in Ontario, Canada.

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