In conversation with Bill Roberts, Paul Alford and Marie Wolfe
Bringing the UN Convention on rights for persons with disabilities to life in Ireland
No Longer Researching About Us Without Us: a researcher's reflection on rights and inclusive research in Ireland
Convention of hope–communicating positive, realistic messages to families at the time of a child's diagnosis with disabilities
Lone parent carers of people with intellectual disabilities in the Republic of Ireland
Parents as co-researchers: a participatory action research initiative involving parents of people with intellectual disabilities in Ireland
Barriers to inclusive education in Ireland: the case for pupils with a diagnosis of intellectual and/or pervasive developmental disabilities
Opening up a whole new world for students with intellectual disabilities within a third level setting
Multi-element behaviour support as a model for the delivery of a human rights based approach for working with people with intellectual disabilities and behaviours that challenge
Translating quality of life into service action: use of personal outcome measures in the Republic of Ireland
Rights, sexuality and relationships in Ireland: ‘It’d be nice to be kind of trusted'
‘A Story to Tell’: learning from the life-stories of older people with intellectual disabilities in Ireland
Supporting rights through research: development of a national research strategy for intellectual disability the national federation of voluntary bodies research strategy 2008–2013
I am an artist
‘A Right to Know’. Facilitating a relationship and sexuality programme for adults with intellectual disabilities in Donegal
Making Research Live!
Understanding and Promoting Access for People with Learning Difficulties: Seeing the Opportunities and Challenges of Risk