Monday, September 25, 2017
Frontline Issue 66
Frontline winter 05*


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Reviewed by Kathy O’Grady, Senior Psychologist

My Voice My Choice is a series of five, booklets on advocacy, self-advocacy, money, rights, and bullying, with an accompanying CD-ROM. The aim...

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Reviewed by Paul Keenan, Lecturer, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Trinity College Dublin

The authors explore people’s strengths and needs in the context of their natural bio-psycho-social growth and development through the lifespan. This is an important...

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The introduction of formalised person-centred planning on a pilot basis in the Daughters of Charity Service – Kay Downey-Ennis, Director of Quality and Education, Central Management, St Vincent’s Centre; Mary Reynolds, Assistant Director of Nursing, St Vincent’s Centre, Navan & Niamh Gallagher, Clinical Placement Co-ordinator, St Vincent’s Centre, Navan Road.

Introduction A significant development and challenge in intellectual dis.ability services is ‘person-centredness’, however, it is becoming widely recognised as a vital component of the overall...

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Based on a keynote presentation given at the ‘Rights and Responsibilities’, 7th Annual Conference of the National Advocacy Council, Brothers of Charity Services, 8 November 2005, Galway Bay Hotel, Salthill – Michael J. Kendrick PhD Kendrick Consulting

Background: The rise of rights as a remedy to societal mistreatment The vocabulary of rights is all around us these days, as rights become more...

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An exploration of contemporary Irish research in intellectual disabilities by Paul Keenan

Introduction The School of Nursing and Midwifery of University of Dublin Trinity College held its 6th Annual Interdisciplinary Research Conference Transforming Healthcare through Research, Education...