By Robert M. Hodapp, Deborah J Fidler
International evaluation of analysis in Developmental Disabilities presents an ongoing scholarly examine study into the motives, results, class platforms, and syndromes, and so on. of developmental disabilities. participants come from wide-ranging views, together with genetics, psychology, schooling, and different health and wellbeing and behavioral sciences.
- Provides the newest scholarly examine within the examine of developmental disabilities
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- Presents an exceptional source for educational researchers
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Thus, with increasing attention to life span approaches, studies have begun emphasizing transition and postsecondary outcomes in speciﬁc subgroups of individuals with IDD (Carter, Brock, & Trainor, 2014; Taylor, 2009). In family work as well, researchers have called for more studies focused on intervention (Dykens, 2015); most promising in this area have been interventions that help caregivers through the use of mindfulness based stress reduction or MBSR (Dykens, Fisher, Taylor, Lambert, & Miodrag, 2014; Neece, 2014).
Taken together, applied topics constitute a growing presence in IDD research. 5 Research With Ties to the Changing Lives of Persons With IDD At the risk of repeating the applied focus mentioned above, we note that many future IDD studies will pertain to changesdchanges in the individuals, their families, and the surrounding service systems. Our impetus for highlighting changes comes from the Routh and Schroeder (2003) review. Writing only 13 years after that review’s publication, we were intrigued by the following statement, which we quote in full: Topics such as family issues and deinstitutionalization were not even visible on the horizon at the time of Ellis’ ﬁrst handbook in 1963, and now they are among the most frequent areas of focus for behavioral researchers, as can be seen in grants funded, scientiﬁc presentations, and published articles.
2015) identiﬁed a subgroup of individuals with DS who demonstrated new onset of autistic characteristics, cognitive decline, and new-onset insomnia in adolescence, without prior presentation of these symptoms in childhood. , 2014). , 2016). Edgin et al. (2015) found that young children with DS who show comorbid sleep disorders demonstrate poorer cognition and language outcomes relative to their counterparts without sleep challenges. Similarly, Visootsak et al. (2016) report poorer cognition, expressive language, and gross motor skills among young children with DS who have comorbid congenital heart defects (CHDs) when compared to their counterparts with DS who do not have comorbid CHD.