International Review of Research in Developmental Disabilities, Volume 54, will share research about the interactions between families of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and service delivery systems. From the chapters, readers will learn about the various service delivery systems families interact with across their lifespans. This volume will describe the current state of the research as well as implications for future research and practice.
- Provides the most recent scholarly research in the study of developmental disabilities
- Contains a vast range of perspectives, with many topics covered
- Presents an excellent resource for academic researchers
1. Strengthening service access for children of color with autism spectrum disorders: A proposed conceptual framework 2. Assessing the service impact of early intervention on young children with IDD and their families: From child-oriented outcomes to holistic family outcomes 3. Family-professional partnership with refugee families whose children have disabilities 4. Post high school transition for individuals with Down syndrome 5. Supporting families and school professionals to be engaged partners in the transition to adulthood for young adults with disabilities 6. A systemic look at supports and services for adults with IDD and their families: Moving ahead while remembering the past 7. Integrated supports for persons with IDD and their families 8. Healthcare service disparities in reproductive healthcare 9. Information and Referral Systems in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities