Your search returned 822 results.

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Telling children that they have a brother or sister with Down's Syndrome.

by Hames, Annette.

Series: British Journal of Learning Disabilities ; 22 no.2 p.62-65Copyright date: 1994Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Article (1).

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Speech and language therapy provision in a social educationcentre: the value of a "first step" assessment.

by Law, James (et al).

Series: British Journal of Learning Disabilities ; 22 no.2 p. 66-69 1994Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Article (1).

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Client attitudes towards relationships: changes following a sex education programme.

by Lindsay, William R.

Series: British Journal of Learning Disabilities ; 22 no.2 p.70-73 1994Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Article (1).

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The Further and Higher Education Act (1992) and adults with learning difficulties.

by Sutcliffe, Jeannie.

Series: British Journal of Learning Disabilities ; 22 no.3 p.82-84 1994Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Article (1).

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"He can hear when he wants to!" Assessment of hearing function for people with learning difficulties.

by Murdoch, Heather.

Series: British Journal of Learning Disabilities ; 22 no 3 p. 85-89 1994Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Article (1).

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Sexual abuse in adults with learning disabilities. Part 2: a case study.

by Fenwick, Annabelle.

Series: British Journal of Learning Disabilities ; 22 no.3 1994 p.94-96Publication details: 1994Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Article (1).

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Weight status of a group of adults with learning disabilities.

by Wood, Tina.

Series: British Journal of Learning Disabilities ; 22 (3) 1994: 97-99 1994Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Article (1).

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Community resistance to mental handicap facilities in Hong Kong.

by Tse, John W L.

Series: British Journal of Learning Disabilities ; 22 (3) 1994: 100-103Publication details: 1994Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Article (1).

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Changing attitudes: a teaching initiative in the medical school.

by May, David.

Series: British Journal of Learning Disabilities ; 22 no.3 p.104-108 1994Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Article (1).

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Cross-school reciprocal peer tutoring of mathematics and makaton with children with severe learning difficulty.

by Shanahan, Kay | Topping, Keith | Bamford, Judy.

Series: British Journal of Learning Disabilities ; 22 (3) 1994: 109-112Publication details: 1994Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Article (1).

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Leaving special schools: are school leavers with severe learning disabilities getting enough help?

by Ineichen, Bernard.

Series: British Journal of Learning Disabilities ; 22 no.3 p.113-115 1994Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Article (1).

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Making a break from "respite care."

by Robinson, Carol.

Series: British Journal of Learning Disabilities ; 22 no.2 p.42-45 1994Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Article (1).

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Sexual abuse in adults with learning disabilities. Part 1 : a review of the literature.

by Fenwick, Annabelle.

Series: British Journal of Learning Disabilities ; 22 (2) 1994: 53-56Publication details: 1994Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Article (1).

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Caring for people with learning difficulties in Scotland: comparative costs.

by Ryan, Mandy.

Series: British Journal of Learning Disabilities ; 22 no.2 p.57-61 1994Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Article (1).

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Services for adults with learning disabilities and sensory impairments: results of a national survey of local authorities.

by Hatton, Chris | Emerson, Eric.

Series: British Journal of Learning Disabilities ; 23 p.11-17 1995Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Journal article (1).

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Intensive community assessment and intervention for challenging behaviour: a case study.

by Finlay, Mick | Duckett, Stephane | Eliatamby, Anna.

Series: British Journal of Learning Disabilities ; 23 p.18-23 1995Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Journal article (1).

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Offenders referred to a learning disability service: a retrospective study from one country.

by Thomas, D. H | Singh T. H.

Series: British Journal of Learning Disabilities ; 23 p.24-27 1995Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Journal article (1).

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An introduction to aromatherapy for people with learning disabilities.

by Harrison, Jane | Ruddle, Judy.

Series: British Journal of Learning Disabilities ; 23 p.37-40 1995Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Journal article (1).

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Should we prevent Down's syndrome?

by Williams, Paul.

Series: British Journal of Learning Disabilities ; 23 (2) 1995: 46-50Publication details: 1995Availability: Items available for loan: Call number: Article (1).

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