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Person-centred Active Support Self-study Guide - A self-study resource to enable participation, independence and choice for adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities
Julie Beadle-Brown
Paperback / softback
Pavilion Publishing and Media
UK Publication Date

A fully revised new edition of Person-centred Active Support self-study guide, including new video. This book provides the learner with knowledge about what active support is, why it is important, what it looks like in practice, and some of the key facts around wht is needed for success.

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Bev Murphy is the Head of Practice at United Response, a national charity providing a range of services for people with learning disabilities and mental health needs. She has a keen interest in the development of person centred approaches, practice leadership, and positive behaviour support, with a particular focus on the implementation and evaluation of person centred active support in a variety of settings.Julie Beadle-Brown is professor in Intellectual and Developmental Disability at the Tizard Centre, University of Kent and in Disability Studies at La Trobe University in Melbourne. Her teaching, research and consultancy focuses on promoting better quality of life for people with learning disabilities and autism through high quality, community based services at both national and international levels. In particular, she has researched, published and consulted on deinstitutionalisation and community living and on person centred approaches such as active support and what is needed in terms of workforce development and leadership to ensure better quality of life outcomes for people with disabilities.Jill Bradshaw trained as a speech and language therapist. She worked in a community team supporting adults with intellectual disabilities and challenging behaviour in London, before joining the Tizard Centre in 1995. She was appointed as a honorary lecturer in 2003 but returned as a sessional teacher in 2010, after a career break. She now convenes the Undergraduate Autism Studies Programme and teaches on the Postgraduate Programmes in Intellectual Disabilities.

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