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As Driscoll and Teh ( 2001 ) observe: ‘Reflection contributes to professional development by revealing knowledge and skills used in everyday practice, exposing areas that require development.’ The purpose of this article is to demonstrate, by way of reflection, the significance and impact of...
Recent figures show that there were 25,613 people registered on the—National Intellectual Disability Database ( NIDD 2007 ) in Ireland. People with intellectual disabilities, whether in residential care or living in the community, are more likely to experience poor health, resulting in higher...
The diagnosis and treatment of epilepsy can be difficult in people with learning disabilities, and the best delivery of care depends on a treatment plan that is individualised to each person. The treatment plan will aim for significant reduction in the number of seizures, reduction in harmful...
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