Green Light reading list

Here you can find a long list of published work on the Green Light agenda – working with people who have mental health needs in addition to learning disabilities or autism.

  • ADASS., Local Government Association and NHS England (2015) Building the right support. NHS England: London.
  • Adshead, S., Collier, E., and Kennedy, S. (2015). ‘A literature review exploring the preparation of mental health nurses for working with people with learning disability and mental illness’. Nurse Education in Practice. 15(2), 103-107.
  • Ahmed, Z., Fraser, W. I., Kerr, M., Kiernan, C., Emerson, E., Robertson, J., Felce, D., Allen, D., Baxter, H., & Thomas, J. (2000). The effects of reducing anti-psychotic medication in people with a learning disability. British Journal of Psychiatry 176, 42-46
  • Allen, David., Banks, R. and Staite, S. (1991) Meeting the Challenge: Some UK Perspectives on Community Services for People with Learning Difficulties and Challenging Behaviour London: King’s Fund Centre.
  • Allen, David; Kerr, Mike (1994) A survey of referrals to specialist services for people with learning disabilities who have a dual diagnosis of challenging behaviour British Journal of Learning Disabilities Dec 1994 Vol 22(4) 144-147.
  • Aman, Michael G.; Singh, Nirbhay N. (eds) (1988) Psychopharmacology of the Developmental Disabilities Springer Verlag; ISBN: 038796679X.
  • Antonacci, D.J.; Hurley, G.; Johnson, G.; Rota,J. and White, S. (1996) Crisis prevention and community support for individuals who are dually diagnosed: a model programme for open systems consultation. In Friedlander and Sobsey 1996 pp 137-141. ibid.
  • Arevalo, M. (2001) Influences on health In: Thompson, J. Pickering, S. (eds) Meeting the Health Needs of People who have a Learning Disability, Harcourt Publishers Limited, London.
  • Arthur, A. (1999) Using staff consultation to facilitate the emotional development of adults with learning disabilities British Journal of Learning Disabilities Vol 27, 3, pp 93-98
  • Audisio, Michel (??) ‘Mental illness, handicap and the introduction of legal positive discrimination in France’ The International Journal of Social Psychiatry Vol 33 No 2.
  • Autism Act (2009) HMSO: London.
  • Aylward, E.H.; Burt, D.B.; Thorpe, L.U. Lai, F. and Dalton, A.J (1995) Diagnosis of dementia in individuals with intellectual disability Washington: American Association on Mental Retardation.
  • Bailey, N. (2007). Prevalence of psychiatric disorders in adults with moderate to profound learning disabilities. Advances in Mental Health and Learning Disabilities, 1(2), 36-44.
  • Bailey, N. and Cooper, S-A. (1997) The provision of specialist health services to people with learning disabilities in England and Wales Journal of Intellectual Disability Research Vol 41 pp52-59.
  • Bakken, TL, Helverschou SB, Eilertsen DE, Heggelund T, Myrbakk E, Martinsen H. Psychiatric disorders in adolescents and adults with autism and intellectual disability: a representative study in one county in Norway. Research in Developmental disabilities. 2010; 31: 1669-1677
  • Ballinger, B.R. (1979) The elderly mentally handicapped in the community and a psychiatric service. Apex: Journal of the British Institute of Mental Handicap Vol 7 pp 40-41.
  • Balthazar E.E. and Stevens H.A. (1975) The emotionally disturbed mentally retarded: A historical and contemporary perspective Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall
  • Barlow, C. (1999) Issues in the management of clients with the dual diagnosis of learning disability and mental illness Journal of Learning Disabilities Vol 3, No 3, September.
  • Barnes, J. (1998) Mental health promotion: A development perspective Psychology, Health and Medicine 3(1).
  • Barr, O. (1998) Responding to the Health Needs of People with Learning Disabilities In: Thompson, T. Mathias, P. (eds) Standards & Learning Second Edition, Bailliere Tindall, London.
  • Bates P & Turner S (2012) Reasonably Adjusted? Mental Health Services and Support for People with Autism and People with Learning Disabilities. Bath: The National Development Team for Inclusion. Available here.
  • Bates P (2013) NDTi Insights 15: Reasonably adjusted? How mental health services can respond to people with autism or learning disabilities. Bath: NDTi. Download it here.
  • Bates P and Turner S (2013, revised 2017) Green Light Toolkit: A guide to auditing and improving your mental health service so that it is effective in supporting people with autism and people with learning disabilities. Bath: National Development Team for Inclusion. Download it here.
  • Bates P, Gibbs M & Priest HM ‘Policy issues and service provision’, chapter 9 in H.M. Priest & Gibbs, M. (2004) Mental Health Care for People with a learning disability Oxford: Elsevier.
  • Bates P, Priest HM & Gibbs M (2004) The education and training needs of learning disability staff in relation to mental health issues Nurse Education in Practice March 2004, Vol 4 (1), p30-38. See an abstract here.
  • Baumeister, A.A., & Sevin, J.A., (1990), Pharmacologic Control of Aberrant Behavior in the Mentally Retarded:  Toward a More Rational Approach.  Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 14, 253-262.
  • Beail, N. & Warden, S. (1996) Evaluation of a psychodynamic psychotherapy service for adults with intellectual disabilities: Rationale, design and preliminary outcome data Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities Vol 9, 3, pp 223 – 228.
  • Beasley, Joan (September/October 1997) ‘Factors which contribute to planning and development of housing options for individuals with dual diagnosis (MI/MR)’ the Habilitative Mental Healthcare Newsletter Vol 16, No 5.
  • Beasley, Joan B. (1998) Long-Term Co-Resident Caregiving in Families of Persons With a Dual Diagnosis (Mental Illness and Mental Retardation), Mental Health Aspects Of Developmental Disabilities Jan 1998 Vol 1 No 1.
  • Beasley, Joan B.& Kroll, Jeri (1999) Family Caregiving Part II: Family Caregiver-Professional Collaboration in Crisis Prevention and Intervention Planning, Mental Health Aspects Of Developmental Disabilities Jan 1999   Vol 2 No 2.
  • Beech, D. (1991) Social Work and Mental Disorder: A practice guide for social workers Birmingham: Pepar
  • Bernal, J. and Hollins, S. (1995) Psychiatric illness and learning disability: A dual diagnosis. Advances in Psychiatric treatment 1, 138-145.
  • Bernard, S. (1999) Mental health services for children and adolescents with learning disabilities Tizard Learning Disability Review Vol 4, 2, pp43-45.
  • Bersoff, Donald N.; Glass, David J.; Blain, Natacha (1994) ‘Legal issues in the assessment and treatment of individuals with dual diagnoses’ Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology Vol 62 No 1 pp 55-62
  • Bhaumik, S. et al (1995) Antidepressants and learning disabilities Nursing Times October 18, Vol 91, No 42.
  • Bhaumik, S., Tyrer, F.C., McGrother, C. & Ganghadaran, S.K. Psychiatric service use and psychiatric disorders in adults with ID. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research. 2008; 52; 11: 986-995.
  • Bichard, S.; Sinason, V. & Usiskin, J. (1992) Measuring change in mentally retarded clients in long term psychoanalytic psychotherapy NADD Newsletter Vol 13, 5, pp 6-11.
  • Bicknell, J. (1983) The psychopathology of handicap British Journal of Medical Psychology Vol 56 pp 167-178.
  • Bielska I.A., Ouellette-Kuntz H, Hunter D. Using national surveys for mental health surveillance of individuals with intellectual disabilities in Canada. Chronic Diseases and Injuries in Canada. 2012;32(4):194-199.
  • Bihm, E.M., Poindexter, A.R., & Warren, E.R., (1998), Aggression and Psychopathology in Persons with Severe or Profound Mental Retardation.  Research in Developmental Disabilities, 19, 423-438.
  • Bihm, Elson M., Sigelman, Carol K., and Westbrook, John P. (1997) ‘Social implications of behavioural interventions for persons with mental retardation’ American Journal on Mental Retardation Vol 101 No 6 567-578.
  • Bishop, A.C., (1992), Empirical Approach to Psychopharmacology for Institutionalized Individuals With Severe or Profound Mental Retardation.  Mental Retardation, 30, 283-288.
  • Black, Laura ‘Treatment of anger with a developmentally handicapped man’ pp 143 – 158 in  Wells, Richard, & Giannetti, Vincent (eds) (1993) Casebook of the Brief Psychotherapies by Laura Black Plenum Press,1993.
  • Bland, R.C.; Newman, S.C. and Orn, H. (1988) Epidemiology of psychiatric disorders Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica Vol 77.
  • Bongiorno, Frank P. (1996) Dual diagnosis: developmental disability complicated by mental illness Southern Medical Journal Vol 89 No 12 pp 1142-1146.
  • Borthwick-Duffy, Sharon A.(??) ‘Epidemiology and prevalence of psychopathology in people with mental retardation’ Journal of Consulting and clinical psychology Vol 62 No 1.
  • Borthwick-Duffy, Sharon A.; Eyman, Richard K. (?) ‘Who are the dually diagnosed’ American Journal on Mental Retardation Vol 94 no 6.
  • Botsford, Anne and Force, Larry (2000) End-of’-Life Care: A Guide for Supporting Older People with Intellectual Disabilities and their Families.  New York: NYSARC, Inc.
  • Bott, C., Farmer, R. and Rohde, J. (1997) Behaviour problems associated with lack of speech in people with learning disabilities Journal of Intellectual Disability Research Vol 41 part 1 pp3-7
  • Boulet S.L, Boyle, C.A., Achieve L.A. Health care use and health and functional impact of developmental disabilities among US children 1997-2005. Archives of Paediatric and Adolescent Medicine. 2009; 163(1):19-26
  • Bouras N (1999) Mental Health and Learning Disabilities: Planning and Service Developments. Pavilion Publishing Brighton Tizard Review 4 p 3-6
  • Bouras N and Holt G (2000) The Planning and Provision of Psychiatric Services for People with Mental Retardation. In Gelder M.G., Lopez-Ibor Jr.J.J. and Andreasen C. (Eds) Oxford University Press, The New Oxford Textbook of Psychiatry pp 2007-2012
  • Bouras N and Holt G (2001) Community Mental Health Services for Adults with Learning Disabilities. In Textbook of Community Psychiatry. Thornicroft B and Szmukler G (eds) Oxford University Press pp 397-407
  • Bouras N and Holt G (2001) Psychiatric Treatment in Community Care. In Dosen A. and Day K. (eds) Treating Mental Illness and Behavioural Disorders in Children and Adults with Mental Retardation. American Psychiatric Press Washington DC pp 493 -502#
  • Bouras N, Holt G, Day K and Dosen A (1995) The ABC of Mental Health for Mental Retardation World Psychiatric Association.
  • Bouras, N. (2017) Reflections on the challenges of psychiatry in the UK and Beyond. Pavilion Publishing: East Sussex.
  • Bouras, N. and Holt, G. (1997) Meeting the needs of people with learning disabilities would unblock acute beds British Medical Journal 314 (7089): 1278
  • Bouras, N. Brookes, D. Drummond, K. (1994) Community services for people with mental retardation In: Chaplin, R. Flynn, A. (2000) Adults with learning disability admitted to psychiatric wards Advances in Psychiatric Treatment, Vol. 6, pp 128-134
  • Bouras, N., & Szymanski, L., (1997), Services for People with Mental Retardation and Psychiatric Disorders: US-UK Comparative Overview.  International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 43, 64-71.
  • Bouras, N.; Brooks, D. and Drummond, K. (1994) Community psychiatric services for people with mental retardation. In Bouras (ed) (1994) op cit.
  • Bouras, N.; Holt, G. (eds) (first edition 1995, 2nd edition 1999) Mental health in Learning Disabilities Brighton: Pavilion Publishing Group.
  • Bouras, N.; Holt, G.; Gravestock, S. (1995) Community care for people with learning disabilities: deficits and future plans Psychiatric Bulletin 19, 134-137.
  • Bouras, Nick (ed) (1994) Mental Health in Mental Retardation: Recent advances and practices Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
  • Bouras, Nick (ed) (1999) Psychiatric and Behavioural Disorders in Developmental Disabilities and Mental Retardation Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Bouras, Nick and Donlan, Pat (1997) Challenges and Change: Commissioning and providing services for people with learning disabilities Brighton: Pavilion Publishing
  • Bouras, Nick and Drummond, Katie (1992) Behaviour and psychiatric disorders of people with mental handicaps living in the community Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 36, 349-357.
  • Bouras, Nick; Drummond, Katie; Brooks, David; Laws, Matt (1988) Mental Handicap and Mental health: a community service London: National Unit for Psychiatric research and Development.
  • Braunton, P., Fogarty, G. and Cummins, R. (1999) The Nature of Stressors reported by People with an Intellectual Disability Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities Vol. 12, No. 1 Pp.1-10
  • Bray, N. (ed) International Review of Research in Mental Retardation New York: Academic Press.
  • Bregman, J.D., (1991), Current Developments in the Understanding of Mental Retardation, Part II: Psychopathology. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 30, 861-872.
  • Brooke, Deborah (1998) Patients with a learning disability at Kneesworth Hospital Psychiatric Bulletin 22, 29-32.
  • Brown, H. and Turk, V. (1992) Defining sexual abuse as it affects adults with learning disabilities Mental Handicap Vol 20, No 2, pp 44-48.
  • Brown, M., MacArthur, J., McKechanie, A., Mack, S., Hayes, M., and Fletcher, J. (2012) ‘Learning Disability Liaison Nursing Services in south-east Scotland: a mixed-methods impact and outcome study’. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 56, 12, pp. 1161-1174.
  • Bubb, S. (2014) Winterbourne View: Time for Change. Transforming the commissioning of services for people with learning disabilities and/or autism. London: NHS England.
  • Burns, S, L., McClimens, A., and Parry, G. (2015) ‘Caring for people with autism spectrum disorder’. Learning Disability Practice, 2015, 18(5):16-20.
  • Burstow, Bonnie; Weitz, Don (1988) Shrink Resistant: the struggle against psychiatry in Canada Vancouver, B.C. New Star Books.
  • Campbell, M., & Malone, R.P., (1991), Mental Retardation and Psychiatric Disorders.  Hospital and Community Psychiatry, 42, 374-379.
  • Carlson, Bonnie E. (1998) Domestic Violence in Adults With Mental Retardation: Reports From Victims and Key Informants, Mental Health Aspects Of Developmental Disabilities Oct 1998, Vol 1 No 4.
  • Carpenter, J. and Treacher, A. (eds) (1993) Using family therapy in the 90s Oxford: Blackwell Publications.
  • Castles, A., Bailey, C., Gates, B., and Sooben, R. (2014), ‘Experiences of the implementation of a learning disability nursing liaison service within an acute hospital setting: a service evaluation’. British Journal Learning Disabilities 42: 272–281.
  • CCETSW; Royal College of Psychiatrists (1992) A double challenge: working with people who have both learning difficultiess and a mental illness: report of a joint CCETSW/Royal College of Psychiatrists London: CCETSW.
  • Chaplin, R. Flynn, A. (2000) Adults with learning disability admitted to psychiatric wards Advances in Psychiatric Treatment, Vol. 6, pp 128-134
  • Charlot, L., C. Deutsch, et al. (2007). “Validation of the Mood and Anxiety Semi-structured (MASS) interview for patients with intellectual disabilities.” Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 51(10): 821-834.
  • Chinn D & Homeyard C (2016) Easy read and accessible information for people with intellectual disabilities: Is it worth it? A meta‐narrative literature review Health Expectations: An International Journal of Public Participation in Health Care & Health Policy
  • Christian L, Snycerski SM, Singh NN, Poling A. Direct service staff and their perceptions of psychotropic medication in non-institutional settings for people with intellectual disability. J Intellect Disabil Res. 1999 Apr;43 (Pt 2):88-93.
  • Chung, M.C., Corbett, J., Clarke, D., & Cumella, S., (1995), Describing Challenging Behaviour: A Pilot Study 1.  European Journal of Psychiatry, 10, 167-183.
  • Clare, I.C.H.; Murphy G.H. (1993) MIETS (Mental Impairment Evaluation and Treatment Service): a service option for people with mild mental handicaps and challenging behaviour and/or psychiatric problems. III: Follow-up of the first six clients to be discharged: diverse measures of the effectiveness of the service Mental Handicap Research Vol 6 No 1 pp70-91.
  • Clarke, D. (1997) ‘Towards Rational Psychotropic Prescribing for People with Learning Disability’. British Journal of Learning Disabilities Vol. 25 Pp. 46-52
  • Clarke, David J. (1998) Psychopharmacology of severe self injury associated with learning disabilities British Journal of Psychiatry 172, pp389-394.
  • Clements, Luke (1999) Weighting for Justice Mental Health Care Vol 2 No 7.
  • Coelho, Richard J.; Kelley, Patrick S.; Deatsman-Kelley, Colleen (April/May/June 1993) ‘An experimental investigation of an innovative community treatment model for persons with a dual diagnosis (DD/MI)’ Journal of Rehabilitation 
  • Cole, Angela (2002) Include us too: Developing and improving services to meet the mental health needs of people with learning disabilities London: King’s College Community Care Development Centre.
  • Cole, A (2010) Going green Mental Health Today June, pp24-25.
  • Collacot, R.; et al (1992) Differential rates of psychiatric disorders in adults with Downs Syndrome compared to other mentally handicapped adults British Journal of Psychiatry 161:671-674.
  • Cooke and Thompson (1998) Seasonal affective disorder and response to light in two patients with learning disability, Journal of Affective Disorders 48,145-148.
  • Cooley, Sandra M. A review of the literature of a dual diagnosis: mental retardation and behaviour disorders BC Journal of Special Education Vol 21 No 1.
  • Cooper, S. A., Smiley, E., Finlayson, J., Jackson, A., Allan, L., Williamson, A. & Morrison, J. (2007). The Prevalence, Incidence, and Factors Predictive of Mental Ill‐Health in Adults with Profound Intellectual Disabilities. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 20(6), 493-501.
  • Cooper, S. A., Smiley, E., Jackson, A., Finlayson, J., Allan, L., Mantry, D., & Morrison, J. (2009). Adults with intellectual disabilities: prevalence, incidence and remission of aggressive behaviour and related factors. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 53(3), 217-232.
  • Cooper, S. A., Smiley, E., Morrison, J., Williamson, A., & Allan, L. (2007). An epidemiological investigation of affective disorders with a population-based cohort of 1023 adults with intellectual disabilities. Psychological Medicine,37(06), 873-882.
  • Cooper, S. Psychiatry of Elderly Compared to Younger Adults with Intellectual Disabilities. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities. 1997; 10: 303-311
  • Cooper, S.A., Smiley, E., Morrison, J., Williamson. A., and Allan, L. (2007) ‘Mental ill-health in adults with intellectual disabilities: prevalence and associated factors’. British Journal of Psychiatry 190, 27-35.
  • Cooper, Sally-Ann (1997) Epidemiology of psychiatric disorders in elderly compared with younger adults with learning disabilities British Journal of Psychiatry Vol 170 pp 375-380.
  • Corbett JA. Psychiatric morbidity and mental retardation. In Psychiatric illness and mental handicap (eds FE James & RP Snaith) p 11-25. Gaskill Press, London
  • Cosgrave MP, McCarron M, Anderson M, Tyrrell J, Gill M, Lawlor BA. Cognitive Decline in Down Syndrome: a validity/ reliability study of the test for severe impairment. American Journal on Mental Retardation, 1998, 103;2: 193-197
  • Costello, H., Bouras, N., Davis, H. (2007) ‘The role of training in improving community care staff awareness of mental health problems in people with intellectual disabilities’. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities. May 2007; vol. 20 (no. 3); p. 228-235.
  • Cumella, S. & Roy, A. (1998) Bed blockage on an acute admission ward for people with a learning disability British Journal of Learning Disabilities Vol 26, No 3 pp 118-121.
  • Cuthill, F.M., Espie, C.A., Cooper, S.A. (2003) Development and psychometric properties of the Glasgow Depression Scale for people with a Learning Disability. Individual and carer supplement versions. British Journal of Psychiatry, 182, 347-53.
  • Dagnan, D. & Sandhu, S. (1999) Social comparison, self-esteem and depression in people with intellectual disability Journal of Intellectual Disability Research Vol 43, 5, pp 372-379.
  • Davidson, Philip W., Cain, Nancy N., Sloane-Reeves, Jean E., Giesow, Virginia E., Quijano, Linda E., Van Heyningen, Julie, and Shoham, Ilanna (1995) ‘Crisis intervention for community-based individuals with developmental disabilities and behavioural and psychiatric disorders’ Mental Retardation Vol 33, No 1, 21-30. February
  • Davidson, Philip W.; Houser, K.D.; Cain, N.N.; Sloane-Reeves, J.; Quijano, L.; Matons, L.; Giesow, V. and Ladrigan, P.M. (1999) Characteristics of older adults with intellectual disabilities referred for crisis intervention Journal of Intellectual Disability Research Feb 1999 Vol 43 (1) 38-46.
  • Day, K. (1988) ‘Services for psychiatrically disordered mentally handicapped adults’. Australia and New Zealand Journal of Developmental Disabilities.14,1199-2255.
  • Day, K. (1993) Mental health services for people with mental retardation: A framework for the future Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 37, Supplement 1, 7-16.
  • Day, K. and Jancar, J. (1994) Mental and physical health and ageing in mental handicap: a review. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research Vol 38 pp 241-256.
  • Day, K.A. (1985) Psychiatric disorder in the middle-aged and elderly mentally handicapped. British Journal of Psychiatry Vol 147 pp 660-667.
  • Deb S, Braganza J. Comparison of rating scales for the diagnosis of dementia in adults with down’s syndrome. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research. 1999; 43:400-407
  • Deb S, Hare M, Prior L, Bhaumik S. Dementia Screening Questionnaire for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities. British Journal of Psychiatry. 2007. 190; 440-444.
  • Deb, S., Matthews, T., Holt, G., and Bouras, N. (2001) Practice guidelines for the assessment and diagnosis of mental health problems in adults with intellectual disability. Brighton: Pavilion Publishing.
  • Deb, S., Thomas, M., Bright, C., Mental Disorder in adults with intellectual disability. I: Prevalence of functional psychiatric illness among a community-based population aged between 16 and 64 years. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research. 2001; 45: 495-505.
  • Dekker, M.C., & Koot, H.M. (2003) DSM-IV disorders in children with borderline to moderate intellectual disability. I: Prevalence and impact. Journal of American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 42, 915-922.
  • Department of Health (1989) Needs and responses: services for adults with mental handicap who are mentally ill, who have behaviour problems or who offend London: HMSO. ISBN 1 85197 431 8.
  • Department of Health (1993) Services for People with Learning Disabilities and Challenging Behaviour or Mental Health Needs HMSO
  • Department of Health (1995) The Health of the Nation: A strategy for people with learning Disabilities London: HMSO.
  • Department of Health (1999) National service framework for mental health: modern standards and service models. London: Department of Health.
  • Department of Health (2001) Valuing People A New Strategy for Learning Disability for the 21st Century, A White Paper, HMSO, London.
  • Department of Health (2001) Valuing People: A New Strategy for Learning Disability for the 21st Century. Cm 5086. London: Department of Health.
  • Department of Health (2002) Health Action Plans and Health Facilitation Good Practice Guidance for Learning Disability Partnership Boards, DoH, London.
  • Department of Health (2009) Valuing People: Now. London: Department of Health.
  • Department of Health (2015) The NHS constitution for England. Department of Health: London. Available here.
  • Department of Health and Home Office (1994) Review of Health and Social Services for Mentally Disordered Offenders and others Requiring Similar Services (Chairman Dr John Reed). Vol 7 People with Learning Disabilities (Mental Handicap) or with Autism London: HMSO.
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  • DHSS (1995) Health of the Nation. A Strategy for People with Learning Disabilities, DoH London
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  • Dosen, A., (1993), Diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric and behavioural disorders in mentally retarded individuals:  the state of the art.  Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 37, 1-7.
  • Drainoni, Mari-Lynn; Bachmann, Sara S. (??) ‘Overcoming treatment barriers to providing services for adults with dual diagnosis: three approaches’ Journal of Disability Policy Studies Vol 6 no 1.
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  • Dunckel, Nancy; Rempel, Judith D.; Hermary, Ted; Haller, Otto; Bolton, Susie (March 1989) Dual Diagnosis (Mental illness and mental handicap): an overview The Vocational and Rehabilitation Research Institute, Department of Research, Calgary, Alberta.
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  • Einfeld S. & Tonge B. (1995) The developmental behaviour checklist: the development and validation of an instrument to assess behavioural and emotional disturbance in children and adolescents with mental retardation. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 25 (2), 81-104
  • Einfeld, Stewart L (??) ‘Behaviour disorders of children and adolescents’ Current Opinion in Psychiatry Vol 5.
  • Einfeld, Stewart. L., (1997) Heart of the matter; Intellectual handicap in contemporary psychiatry.  Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 31, 452-456.
  • Einfeld, Stewart; Aman, Michael (??) ‘Issues in the taxonomy of psychopathology in mental retardation’ Journal of autism and developmental disorders Vol 25 no 2.
  • Einfield, S. and Tonge, B. (1999) Observations on the use of the ICD-10 Guide for Mental Retardation Journal of Intellectual Disability Research Vol 43, 5, pp 408 – 412.
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  • Emerson, E. & Hatton, C. (2007). Mental health of children and adolescents with intellectual disabilities in Britain. British Journal of Psychiatry, 191, 493-499
  • Emerson, E. and Hatton, C. (1994) Moving Out: Relocation from hospitals to community London: HMSO.
  • Emerson, E. Prevalence of psychiatric disorders in children and adolescents with and without intellectual disability. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research. 2003; 47:51-58
  • Emerson, Eric, McGill, Peter and Mansell, Jim (eds) (1994) Severe Learning Disabilities and Challenging Behaviours: Designing high quality services London: Chapman and Hall.
  • Equality Act (2010) Available here.
  • Estia Centre, et al. (2005) Mental health in learning disabilities: a reader. 3rd ed. Brighton: Pavilion.
  • Felce, D. (1997) Defining and applying the concept of quality of life Journal of Intellectual Disability Research Vol 41, 2, pp126-135.
  • Fidura, J.G., Lindsey, E.R., & Walker, G.R., (1987), A Special Behavior Unit for Treatment of Behavior Problems of Persons Who Are Mentally Retarded.   Mental Retardation, 25, 107-111.
  • Fish, Rebecca and John Lobley Calderstones NHS Trust, UK. Evaluating a forensic service for people with learning disabilities: Comparing approaches Journal of Learning Disabilities Volume 05 Issue 02 – Publication Date: 1 June 2001
  • Fisher M. et al (1984) Mental Health Social Work Observed London: George Allen and Unwin.
  • Fitzgerald S, Gray NS, Alexander RT, Bagshaw R, Chesterman P et al. Predicting institutional violence in offenders with intellectual disabilities: the predictive efficacy of the VRAG and HCR20. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disability. 2013; 26, 384-393.
  • Fleisher, Mark H. (??) ‘Psychiatric Disorders in Adults’ Current Opinion in Psychiatry Vol 4, and Vol 5
  • Fletcher, Robert J. (1993) Mental illness in mental retardation in the United States: Policy and treatment challenges Journal of Intellectual Disability Research October 1993, Vol 37 (Supp 1) 25-33.
  • Fletcher, Robert J., Beasley, Joan and Jacobson, John W. (1999) ‘Support service systems for people with dual diagnosis in the USA’ chapter 22 in Bouras (ed) (1999) Psychiatric and Behavioural Disorders in Developmental Disabilities and Mental Retardation Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Fletcher, Robert Jonathan and Dosen, Anton (eds) (1993) Mental Health Aspects of Mental Retardation: Progress in assessment and treatment New York NY, USA: Lexington Books/MacMillan, Inc.
  • Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities (2004?) Count us in: The report of the Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities inquiry into the mental health needs of young people with learning disabilities ISBN 1 903645 38 7.
  • Foundation for People with Learning Disailities (2003) Today and Tomorrow: The report of the Growing Older with Learning Disabilities Programme London: Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities ISBN 1 903645 36 0.
  • Fraser, W. (1998) ‘Behaviour disturbance in psychiatric illness and pervasive developmental disorders’. In: Fraser, W., Sines, D. and Kerr, M. (Eds.) (1998) The Care of People with Intellectual Disabilities, Butterworth Heinemann
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