Andrea Gossett Zakrajsek, Joy Hammel, & Joseph A. Scazzero
Volume 27, Issue 2 March
Magaña, S., Li, H., Miranda, E., & Paradiso, R. (2014) Improving health behaviors of Latina mothers of youths and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research. doi: 10.1111/jir.12139
Heller, T., Fisher, D., Marks, B., & Hsieh, K. (2014) Interventions to promote health: crossing networks of intellectual and developmental disabilities and aging. Disability and Health Journal, 7, S24-S32.
Fujiura, G. (2014) The Political Arithmetic of Disability and the American Family: A Demographic Perspective. Family Relations Interdisciplinary Journal of Applied Family Studies, 63(1), pp. 7-19.
Kramer, J., Hall, Allison, & Heller, T. (2013) Reciprocity and Social Capital in Sibling Relationships of People With Disabilities. Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, (51)6, 482-495. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1352/1934-9556-51.6.482
Laurence Taggart and Wendy Cousins
About the book
People with learning disabilities are affected by significantly more health problems than the general population and are much more likely to have significant health risks. Yet evidence suggests they are not receiving the same level of health education and health promotion opportunities as other members of society.
Dortmund University, Germany
March 21 and 22, 2014
RRTCADD presenters include Tamar Heller, speaking on “Siblings and other family members as supports” and Matthew Janicki, speaking on “Optimal physical and social living conditions for people with intellectual disability and dementia” .
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