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Australasian Society for Intellectual Disability

6th NZASID Conference Auckland August 2009

Amour and Moiffin
PATH- Planning Alternative Tomorrows With Hope

Brandford

Elimination of Restrictive Practices – Are we on Track

Conder and Mirfin-Veitch

The children of parents with an intellectual disability

Duff, Sakdalan and Stewart

International Comparison of Attitudes Towards People with Intellectual Disability

Brown

Latch On

Evans

The emotional function of challenging behaviour: What if your EQ is higher than your IQ?

Quick, Dever & Gladstone

My Life When I leave School’ Transition Project

Hanna

Our journey in reducing restrictive practices

Hawkins, Conder and Jenkins

Participating in the Great Life Project.

Henderson

Adults’ competence to give consent (or refuse consent) to medical treatment

Higgins, Evans-Turner, Milner, Mirfin-Vietch, Gates, & Collins.

Working in intellectual Disability Services inNew Zealand: An overview of current researcdh

Llewellyn

Healthy Start

Llewellyn

From theory to practice: Life conditions and disability

Lowe

Bringing People Together: Building Relationships between Teenagers and their Peers in a School Environment.

Matthews

Mental Illness in Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Mirfin-Veitch

What difference does it make? Citizenship and community participation in the lives of adults with

Mitchell & Ryan

Look both ways before crossing

Parish & Johns

A place of our own

Phillips

Teaching Residents to Teach Other Residents

Prebble & Vickery

Legislating for Care: An exploration of the Role of Care Managers under the IDCCR Act

Robson

The Journey

Sakdalan & Collier

“Are you Safe?”:

Sakdalan & Collier

Staying in the Here-and-Now”: A Pilot Study on the Use of Dialectical Behavior Therapy Group Skills Training with Intellectually Disabled Offenders

Sullivan

Putting People First in Disability Research

Thomas

Elimination of Restrictive Practices in New Zealand: Are we on track?

Trip

The Functional Health Assessment Tool (TFHAT) & the interface between people with an intellectual disability & general practitioners

Wright

Using Available Data Sources to Describe the Population of People with Intellectual Disability in New Zealand