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The newsletter is a publication to keep clinical psychologists working in the field of learning disability informed about:
- Faculty and other relevant Society activities;
- innovative practice changes in statutory provision and legislation related to people with intellectual disabilities;
- latest research; and
- training courses, events and conferences
It also provides a means for clinical psychologists, trainees and assistants to make contact with colleagues working with similar issues or projects.
Allan Skelly & Helen Owen
An evaluation of a 'Personal and Social Development' group for adults with learning disabilities and autism in a community setting
The assessment of intellectual disability: 'Looking at your assessments we think you have an intellectual disability' - What does this mean?
Ellen Kavanagh, Rachel Walton & Peter Oakes
Changing students' attitudes to people with intellectual disabilities: Findings from a natural experiment
Vasiliki Totsika & Robert S.P. Jones
Dementia and people with learning disabilities: Increasing access to mainstream services and the coordination of post-diagnostic support
Attachment representations in psychological therapy of people with intellectual disabilities: A preliminary factor analytic study of the Quality of Early Relationships Rating Scale (QuERRS)
Allan Skelly & Hannah Harvey
Training high-secure hospital staff in good practice when working with adults with autism spectrum conditions
Jodie Howarth-Beal & Phyllis Annesley
Evaluation of the effectiveness of a person-centred planning intervention in assessment and treatment units for people with intellectual disabilities
Joe Mole, Olivia Hewitt, Malcolm Pearce & Tom Crossland
Series: FPID Bulletin