Special Irish Issue of British Journal of Learning Disabilities
Ireland's ratification of the UN convention on the rights of persons with disabilities: challenges and opportunities
Despite the ‘S’ word
Irish attitudes to sexual relationships and people with intellectual disability
Mothers with intellectual disabilities: interactions with children and family services in Ireland
The ‘Our Say, Our Rights’ quilt
The role of ‘natural supports’ in promoting independent living for people with disabilities; a review of existing literature
Me
‘Channel Surfing’: an inclusive piece of performance art
My memories of Trinity College Dublin
‘IT skills for modern day living’ – supporting adults with disabilities to access lifelong learning
Free play time of children with learning disabilities in a noninclusive preschool setting: an analysis of play and nonplay behaviours
‘Using Your Environment’: the development and implementation of a client-centred assessment tool for use with people who have intellectual disabilities
‘Happy and a bit Nervous’: the experiences of children with autism in physical education
Identifying the types of technology that are used by children with intellectual disabilities and associated complex needs living at home in Ireland
My Miracle Childhood
Reflection on a new mental health awareness programme for adults with intellectual disabilities
Bone health medication and adults with intellectual disabilities: an audit of bone health medication dispensed by a pharmacist in long-term care
People with Intellectual Disabilities. Towards a Good Life?
In conversation with Brain Donohoe, Patrick Santry and Maria Wolfe
Research Active Programme: an inclusive research module in 3rd level education
RAP
I like people
RAP and Me
Disability and Discourse: Analysing Inclusive Conversation with People with Intellectual Disabilities