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- DescriptionDrawing extensively on personal experiences, this important volume looks at sexuality and relationships in the lives of people with intellectual disabilities, painting a genuine picture of the range of sexualities and relationships people want. Honest and reflective, it shows how sexuality has been managed and controlled in different countries. It explores a range of issues such as rights, resilience, protection, sexual oppression and the lack of privacy for those living in care institutions. Co-edited and with contributions by people with intellectual disabilities and allies, this unique book offers an authentic account of the challenges people face and what society needs to do to respect people's rights. Providing insight into a morally, ethically and legally complex area, this book will be essential reading for people with intellectual disabilities, their advocates, families and supporters; social care managers, social workers, and other professionals working in the field as well as academic researchers and students.
- Author BiographyRohhss Chapman, PhD is Lecturer in Learning Disability Studies at the University of Manchester and co-director of Carlisle People First Research Team and a member of the Social History of Learning Disabilities (SHLD) Group at the Open University. She is a Feature Editor at Learning Disability Today and has written widely on learning disabilities. She is co-author of Exploring Experiences of Advocacy by People with Learning Disabilities, published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers. Rohhss Chapman lives in Cumbria, UK. Sue Ledger is the representative for The Social History of Learning Disabilities Group, which was set up in 1994 to research the history of learning disability in the 20th century. She is a visiting Research Fellow in the faculty of health and Social Care at the Open University. Sue Ledger has worked alongside people with learning difficulties in developing a range of support services in the UK and with two overseas projects. Sue is particularly interested in Person Centred Planning and the design of person centred teams in statutory services, housing and support planning for people with high support needs, health inequalities, consent frameworks and the protection of vulnerable adults. Louise Townson was a Women's Advocacy Worker with Cumbria People First and is currently co-director of Carlisle People First Research team and a visiting lecturer and Partnership Steering Group member of Learning Disability Studies at the University of Manchester. Louise lives in Carlisle, Cumbria and is a member of the SHLD Group. Daniel Docherty was previously a Co-ordinator for the Friendship Group in Manchester City and was on the board of the Manchester Partnership and involved in Manchester People First. He is a Visiting Lecturer and Partnership Steering Group member of Learning Disability Studies at the University of Manchester. He lives in Manchester, UK.
- Author(s)Louise Townson,Sue Ledger,The Social History of Learning Disabilities Group
- PublisherJessica Kingsley Publishers
- Date of Publication21/10/2014
- SubjectSocial Issues, Services & Welfare
- Place of PublicationLondon
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- ImprintJessica Kingsley Publishers
- Content Noteillustrations
- Weight576 g
- Width173 mm
- Height246 mm
- Spine18 mm
- Edited byDaniel Docherty,Rohhss Chapman
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