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Bereavement and loss in people with learning disabilities

Raj Nagraj

Bereavement and loss in people with learning disabilities

an information and practical guide for families and staff

by Raj Nagraj

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Published by Oxfordshire Learning Disability NHS Trust in Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Raj Nagraj and Bala Moddia.
ContributionsModdia, Bala., Oxfordshire Learning Disability NHS Trust.
The Physical Object
Pagination18p. ;
Number of Pages18
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18321622M
ISBN 100952535106
OCLC/WorldCa60233773

• People with intellectual disabilities respond to bereavement and loss in essentially the same way as anyone else. • The effects of bereavement may be prolonged with people with intellectual disabilities experiencing more anxiety, depression, irritability, and other signs of distress. Expressions of griefFile Size: KB.   Exploring contemporary theory and practice surrounding loss and bereavement for people with intellectual disabilities (ID), this book brings together international contributors with a range of academic, professional and personal authoritative edited book Author: Mandy Parks.

Resources in Developmental Disabilities and. Coping with Grief, Death and Dying. This does not pretend to be a complete listing of issues related to death and dying, but a partial listing of resources related to grief, death and dying for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their caregivers, friends, and Size: KB. The item Bereavement, loss and learning disabilities: a guide for professionals and carers, Robin Grey, (electronic resource) represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in University of Manitoba Libraries.

1. Blackman N. () The development of an assessment tool for the bereavement needs of people with learning disabilities. Br J Learn Disabil. ; 2. Dodd P, Dowling S, Hollins S. () A review of the emotional, psychiatric and behavioural responses to bereavement in people with intellectual disabilities. Get this from a library! Bereavement, Loss and Learning Disabilities: a Guide for Professionals and Carers. [Robin Grey] -- Losing a loved one and coping with the subsequent adjustments that follow are a difficult fact of life, but people with learning disabilities face specific difficulties in processing and managing.


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Bereavement and loss in people with learning disabilities by Raj Nagraj Download PDF EPUB FB2

PAMIS is a charity which supports people with profound and multiple learning disabilities and their families, across Scotland. It offers bereavement and loss resources for parents, carers and professionals on its website.

Jenny’s Diary is a free to download booklet and a set of postcards aimed at supporting people who have a learning. The book is written by an experienced practitioner who has firsthand experience of this issue. It is accessible and welcoming to readers who may be put off by more academic texts.

Its aim is very clearly to guide others supporting bereaved people with learning disabilities. Author: Bereavement Care, Noelle Blackman, Deputy chief executive Cited by: 2. Exploring contemporary theory and practice surrounding loss and bereavement for people with intellectual disabilities (ID), this book brings together international contributors with a range of academic, professional and personal : Paperback.

The book is written by an experienced practitioner who has firsthand experience of this issue. It is accessible and welcoming to readers who may be put off by more academic texts. Its aim is very clearly to guide others supporting bereaved people with learning disabilities.

Author: Bereavement Care, Noelle Blackman, Deputy chief executive /5(3). Purpose Bereavement and loss are key factors in poor emotional wellbeing among people with profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD). However, little attention has been drawn to this.

Losing a loved one and coping with the subsequent adjustments that follow are a difficult fact of life, but people with learning disabilities face specific difficulties in processing and managing these changes.

Adopting an integrative approach, this book acknowledges the importance of helping relationships in supporting this vulnerable group through periods of loss.

This is a support booklet by the Northern Health and Social Care Trust for family, carers and health professionals who are supporting someone with a learning disability through a bereavement. A guide for carers.

This is a resource by NHS Wales for carers who are supporting people with a learning disability when they experience a loss or.

Its aim is very clearly to guide others supporting bereaved people with learning disabilities. -- Bereavement Care, Noelle Blackman, Deputy chief executive, Respond The book provides in depth information on the impact of loss and how this affects all aspects of an individual's life 3/5(1).

Bereavement, Loss and Learning Disabilities. bereavement. In total, 11 people with intellectual disabilities participated in semi-structured interviews. the creation of a life story book Author: Sue Read.

the loss is a reality for the person. In fact, those with learning disabilities are found to To reverse this it is crucial that following bereavement a person with learning disabilities is: It is generally useful to keep a life story book for people with learning disabilities whereFile Size: KB.

Grey, a counselor and psychotherapist, looks at how loss and bereavement are experienced by people with learning disabilities (defined here as low IQ, retardation, and autism), especially those in residential care who experience loss of friends due to chronic illness and conditions.

People with learning disabilities are some of the most marginalised groups in society. Many of the million people with learning difficulties in the UK have to cope with death, dying and bereavement without being fully informed about what is going on.

They also face particular barriers if they come to need end of life care and support. Get this from a library. Bereavement, loss and learning disabilities: a guide for professionals and carers. [Robin Grey] -- "This book outlines how loss and bereavement is experienced differently by people with learning disabilities and acknowledges the importance of the helping professions in supporting this vulnerable.

Many people who have lost someone special find bereavement poetry can be helpful. Reading poetry about grief and bereavement can help give shape to feelings which it can be difficult to express in your own words.

For professionals. Some books which professionals working with bereaved people may find helpful and informative. The book is written by an experienced practitioner who has firsthand experience of this issue.

It is accessible and welcoming to readers who may be put off by more academic texts. Its aim is very clearly to guide others supporting bereaved people with learning disabilities. Bereavement Care. Robin Grey's book is rooted in his practical Price: $ Our Bereavement and Loss Learning Resource Pack is for those supporting bereaved people with profound and multiple learning disabilities and their parents and carers.

It is for parents, paid carers and professionals, and emerged from the shared experiences of people with profound and multiple learning disabilities and those caring for them.

Supporting People with Intellectual Disabilities by Professor Sue Read is an academic book which explores contemporary theories and practices around bereavement and learning disabilities. I Have a Question About Death by clinicians Arlen Grad Gaines and Meredith Englander Polsky has been written in words and pictures for children on the Autism.

At the time this was the only suitable resource available for this purpose, although a number of books and learning tools are now available which address bereavement and unexpected loss specifically in people with a learning disability (Blackman. Grief and Bereavement Resources Creating a “Book of Memories” A book of memories commemorates the death of a loved one and highlights the importance of their relationship to survivors.

For people with developmental disabilities, creating a book of memories may be a concrete way to help them remember deceased loved ones. Creating a Book of. Bereavement, Loss and Learning Disabilities. Sue Read. Reader in Learning Disability Nursing, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Keele University.

Search for more papers by this author. Sue Read. Book reviews: Edited by Iestyn Williams PhD, Health Services Management Centre, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK Author: Sue Read. Bereavement, Loss and Learning Disabilities: A Guide for Professionals and Carers quantity.

Losing a loved one and coping with the subsequent adjustments that follow are a difficult fact of life, but people with learning disabilities face specific difficulties in processing and managing these changes.

Adopting an integrative approach, this Price: $Bereavement In The Lives Of People With Intellectual Disabilities When someone with an intellectual disability loses a parent through death, this is not just the loss of someone they loved, but also the loss of someone who is likely to be the most familiar with their needs, their likes and dislikes, and with whom they shared a trusting.THE EFFECTS OF BEREAVEMENT ON PEOPLE WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY.

So far, much of the work concerning reactions to grief among individuals with ID consists of descriptive case reports. 36 From these, it is clear that, as in the general population, grief can precipitate various psychiatric disorders, such as depression, 12–14 mania, 15 and psychosis.

16 Even in Cited by: