7 edition of Physical Health of Adults With Intellectual Disabilities found in the catalog.
by Blackwell Publishers
Written in English
|Contributions||Vee P. Prasher (Editor), Matthew P. Janicki (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
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Physical health considerations of persons with an intellectual disability are attracting attention within the contexts of human rights, public health, and health promotion.
Research has shown that the prevalence of certain conditions and diseases is much higher in adults with an intellectual disability than in the general population. Physical Health of Adults with Intellectual Disabilities (Int.
Assoc. for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disabilities Book 3) - Kindle edition by Prasher, Vee, Janicki, Matthew. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Physical Health of Adults with Intellectual Disabilities (Int Price: $ This fully revised and expanded second edition brings together findings from research and clinical practice, with comprehensive coverage of the important aspects of physical health in persons with intellectual disability.
Professionals involved in the medical and social care and support of persons with intellectual disability should have a broad understanding of the essential range of issues, and therefore this book. Physical Health of Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Vee P.
Prasher, Matthew P. Janicki This fully revised and expanded second edition brings together findings from research and clinical practice, with comprehensive coverage of the important aspects of physical health in persons with intellectual disability.
Get this from a library. Physical health of adults with intellectual disabilities. [Vee P Prasher; Matthew P Janicki;] -- This book is the second in a series with the International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disabilities (Series Editor: Matthew P.
Janicki). These publications are designed to. This booklet is designed for people supporting individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD). Individuals with I/DD experience the same range of health concerns as individuals without. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), is one of the most common problems of the gastrointestinal tract which people experience.
“The book, it ‘is aimed at an international audience of physicians and other allied health personnel concerned about the health and welfare of adults with intellectual disability. It should also be of interest to researchers, administrators, and senior program personnel engaged in this field.’Format: Hardcover.
Results. Unadjusted comparisons indicated that British adults with intellectual disability have markedly poorer health than their non-disabled peers on the majority of indicators investigated including self-rated health, multiple morbidity, arthritis, cancer, diabetes, obesity, measured grip strength, measured lung function and by: This book engages with the current focus on health promotion as part of the preventative health agenda and examines the physical health considerations of adult intellectual disability patients.
Research has shown that the prevalence of certain diseases is much higher in adults with intellectual disabilities than the equivalent non-disabled 5/5(1).
adults with intellectual disabilities and as they age, their health needs are not attended to in a manner equivalent to that of the general population. Health care provision may also be sketchy at best and specialty services for people with intellectual disabilities are not available, further compromising their health and potential longevity.
This book provides a broad overview of quality health care for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). It focuses on providing the reader a practical approach to dealing with the health and well-being of people with IDD in general.
Obesity in people with intellectual disabilities. Obesity is a serious problem with associated health risks for the general population, and with greater prevalence amongst people with intellectual disability, increasing morbidity and mortality.
1. Introduction. Intellectual disabilities (ID 1) also referred to as learning disability in the UK and intellectual developmental disorder in the U.S. is defined as ‘a significantly reduced ability to understand new or complex information and to learn and apply new intellectual disability begins before adulthood, resulting in a reduced ability to cope independently, with a Cited by: Engages with the focus on health promotion as part of the preventative health agenda and examines the physical health considerations of adult intellectual disability patients.
This book highlights the commonest physical health issues that should be monitored in the intellectual disability patient.
Working with people with intellectual disabilities in healthcare settings People with intellectual disabilities have the same right as other community members to access community based health services.
The definition of intellectual disability requires File Size: KB. Results: For adults with intellectual disabilities (n =% male, mean age = y), compared with the general population (n = 2,), edentulousness was 9% versus 1% aged 25‐34y; 22% versus 2% aged 35‐44y; 39% versus 7% aged 45‐54y; 41% versus 18% aged 55‐64y; and 76% versus 34% aged 65‐74y.
Edentulousness was related to more severe intellectual disabilities and. An understanding of the nature of intellectual disability is essential for health care professionals, who are required to support equal access to their services for all disabled people.
This website is an ideal learning resource for medical, nursing and other healthcare students. The book offers an overview of how to work with some of the most damaged members of society - children and adults with intellectual disabilities who abuse others.
Drawing on insight from two decades of clinical work, the author examines. boards, schools and community groups to engage with people with disabilities. Disabilities are diverse and can range from obvious impairments to invisible conditions.
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Patient-Centered Medical Home Resource Center is a resource for healthcare practices that houses tip sheets, briefs, curriculum, and other materials that can be used to. The book's subject is people with intellectual disabilities and mental illness, and great sensitivity to the important values and principles for caring for/supporting people with intellectual disabilities therefore, is apparent from the outset - this book actually raises awareness of their importance to the reader/5(5).This manual offers treatment and service providers guidelines on caring for people living with substance use disorder conditions who also have physical disabilities or cognitive disabilities.
It discusses screening, treatment planning, and counseling, and linkages with other treatment and service providers.The Meaningful Day Idea Book First Edition Updated: 2/10/ Wellness and Optimal Health This selection contains ideas for supporting a person to use want full inclusion of people with developmental disabilities.
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