Many people with intellectual disability live in supported accommodation,1 or with family, and many lack jobs, meaningful activities or close relationships in their life.3,4 Unrecognised health...
Infants with PWS are floppy and inactive, have a weak cry, a poor suck and feeding problems, which lead to growth failure. This is followed by several characteristic stages in which feeding...
Sexual abuse and abusive relationships
are known to be especially common
in people with intellectual disability.
This study explored how women with
intellectual disability understand sex,
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