Nursing clinics of North America: Intellectual and developmental disabilities

Nursing clinics of North America: Intellectual and developmental disabilities (2003). Volume 38, No. 2. Hahn, Joan Earle & Marks, Beth A.

This quarterly journal issue reviews new diagnostic and nursing management techniques for individuals with intellectual and related developmental disabilities. Articles address a variety of adult/later life concerns including health promotion, sexuality, the nurse’s role in caring for older people, nursing care resources, and support through assistive technologies.

ISSN: 0029-6465 
COST PER UNIT: $51.00
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Mental health, intellectual disabilities and the aging process

Mental health, intellectual disabilities and the aging process (2003). Davidson, P.W., Prasher, V.P., & Janicki, M, P.

Evidence suggests that mental health disorders may occur in up to half of all people with intellectual disability and that these disorders accelerate significantly with age. This book discusses the mental health and behavior needs of adults with intellectual disabilities. It is a major sourcebook on mental health conditions and treatment choices for this population.

ISBN: 1-405-101644 
COST PER UNIT: $44.95
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Health characteristics and health services utilization in older adults with intellectual disability living in community residences

Health characteristics and health services utilization in older adults with intellectual disability living in community residences (2002). Janicki, M.P., Davidson, P.W., Henderson, C.M., McCallion, P., Taets, J.D., Force, L.T., Sulkes, S.B., Frangenberg, E., & Ladrigan, P.M. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 46(4), 287-298.