Healthy aging: Adults with intellectual disabilities: Women’s health and related issues (2000). Walsh, P. N., Heller, T., Schupf, N. & van Schrojenstein Lantman-de-Valk, H. Geneva, Switzerland: International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disabilities and the World Health Organization.
Aging and Intellectual Disabilities: Improving Longevity and Promoting Healthy Aging (2000). Aging and Intellectual Disabilities Special Interest Research Group (SIRG) of The International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disability (IASSID).
This series of reports is the outcome of an international initiative to promote the longevity and healthy aging of adults with intellectual disabilities that was jointly organized by the IASSID and the World Health Organization. Work groups of international researchers in aging and intellectual disabilities synthesized the latest research and developed recommendations that produced five reports: Physical Health issues, Biobehavioral issues, Women’s Health, Aging and Social Policy, and a Summative Report.
Achieving a Beneficial Fitness: A Program and a Philosophy in Mental Retardation: Contemporary Issues in Health
Achieving a Beneficial Fitness: A Program and a Philosophy in Mental Retardation: Contemporary Issues in Health, Vol.1, No. 1 (2000). Rimmer, J. American Association on Mental Retardation (AAMR).
This book discusses the benefits of health promotion activities for individuals with mental retardation. It includes guidelines on developing innovative health and fitness programs.
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Grandparent Caregivers II: Service needs and service provision issues (2000). McCallion, P., Janicki, M.P., Grant-Griffin, L., & Kolomer, S.R. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 33(3), 63-90.
Grandparent Caregivers I: Characteristics of the grandparents and the children with disabilities for whom they care
Grandparent Caregivers I: Characteristics of the grandparents and the children with disabilities for whom they care (2000). Janicki, M.P., McCallion, P., Grant-Griffin, L., & Kolomer, S.R. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 33(3), 35-55.
Grandparents as supports to mothers of persons with intellectual disability (2000). Heller, T., Hsieh, K., & Rowitz, L. Journal of Gerontological Social Work , 33, 23-34.
Brothers and sisters of adults with mental retardation: Gendered nature of the sibling relationship (2000). Orsmond, G. & Seltzer, M.M. American Journal of Mental Retardation, 105(6), 486-508.
Supporting adults with intellectual disabilities and their families: A literature review (2000). Heller, T. Aging and Developmental Disability: Current Research, Programming, and Practice Implications, The Haworth Press, 59-73.
Mental retardation research methods in Latino communities. Magaña, S. (2000). Mental Retardation, 38, 303-315.
RRTC collaborates with Chicago Arc on family future planning project (2000). Heller, T., Caldwell, J., & DeBrine, E. ADD/Vantage, 11(2), 1,12,13,15.