Evidence based practice and intellectual disabilities will be highly relevant to a wide audience including professionals working in community services clinicians working in special education schools residential facilities and psychiatric hospitals and parents and organizations involved in the care of individuals with intellectual disabilities. Description evidence based practice and intellectual disabilities responds to the recent increased focus on and need for the use of evidence based practice ebp in treating intellectual disabilities the first book wholly dedicated to addressing ebp specifically in relation to intellectual disabilities. Evidence based practice and intellectual disabilities is set out in two parts with the four chapters in part one providing an overview of foundational issues which include some consideration of the notion of evidence followed by chapters on adaptive and maladaptive behaviour and an interesting discussion on the need for economic . Evidence based practice and intellectual disabilities additional information how to cite sturmey p 2014 evidence based practice in evidence based practice and intellectual disabilities eds p sturmey and r didden john wiley sons ltd chichester uk doi 101002 9781118326077ch1 toward an operational definition of evidence . Evidence based practices for students with severe disabilities diane m browder leah wood julie thompson intellectual disability has now replaced mental retardation in idea handleman 1986 proposed the term identify the evidence base for a practice instead we considered any review or individual study
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