‘I walk from trouble' : exploring safeguards with adults with intellectual disabilities – an Australian qualitative study

By: Ottman, Goetz.
Contributor(s): McVilly, Keith | Maragoudaki, Margarita.
Series: Disability & Society 31 (1) January 2016: 47-63. 2016Subject(s): INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | SAFETY | SUPPORTED DECISION MAKING | TRAINING | QUALITATIVE RESEARCH | DISABILITY STUDIES | AUSTRALIAOnline resources: Click to read article online IHC Library Members Summary: Argues that people living with intellectual disability can and shoul dbe directly involved in decisions that aim to keep them safe and have access to both safety training and a supported decison making process. Describes an Australian study dealing with these issues. Covers, violence, abuse, maltreatment, neglect and accidents.
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Argues that people living with intellectual disability can and shoul dbe directly involved in decisions that aim to keep them safe and have access to both safety training and a supported decison making process. Describes an Australian study dealing with these issues. Covers, violence, abuse, maltreatment, neglect and accidents.

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