IASSID 2014 - Call for Abstracts
IASSIDD is happy to announce that we are now accepting abstracts for round tables, oral and poster presentations for the 4th European Congress of the International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual and Developmental Disability. Make sure to take the opportunity to actively participate in this congress by submitting your abstract online:
Q & A - Ethical review of research in the disability services sector
Q & A - Ethical review of research in the disability services sector.
For a while now, some of us in the disability sector have struggled with understanding the rules of the game for the ethical conduct of research.
To ensure we all fully understand, and follow, the rules of the game, and as a first step to ensuring consistency... Read more »
Safe-guarding People Living with Disability from Abuse
A worker's guide to safeguarding people living with disability from abuse.
The Australasian Disability Professionals (ADP) SA Chapter has produced this excellent resource and ASID SA have funded the printing.
The abuse and restrictive practices subcommittee of the ADP-SA developed this important resource for workers working at the coal face supporting individuals living with a disability. The subcommittee was... Read more »
AbleVision Ireland’s 2014 International Film Festival for people with Intellectual Disability
AbleVision Ireland's 2014 International Film Festival for people with Intellectual Disability.
The festival will be held over two days in Drogheda IRELAND (www.drogheda.ie) from 28 to 29 March 2014. It is an annual competition for short films made by, or in partnership with, people with Intellectual Disability; minimum length of three minutes; maximum length of ten minutes... Read more »
Submit Your Articles to Research and Practice in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Research and Practice in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (RAPIDD) is a new peer-reviewed journal that will inform the design and delivery of support that is critical for people with intellectual disability and their families, to participate in community life and be included by mainstream service systems.
We are currently inviting submissions of articles for the first volume.
The journal will... Read more »