Intellectual disability nurses can be found working and supporting people in a variety of different care contexts. These include the healthcare system, social care and education, as well as the private sector (including voluntary and not for profit organizations). There are also many disciplines that support these areas where practitioners also work closely with people who have learning and intellectuial disabilities. The Oxford Handbook ofLearning and Intellectual Disability Nursing is a practical, easily accessible, informative and up-to-date quick reference guide for students and practitioners of intellectual disability nursing who require guidance on the specific nursing care needs of patients with a learning or intellectualdisability.ADULT PROTECTION A Life Like No Other This inquiry led by the Health Care Commission followed two formal ... Procedures for the safeguarding of vulnerable adults was poor ac Lack of internal and external scrutiny within services. ... 6 Department of Health (2004). Protection ofVulnerable Adults Scheme in England and Wales for Care Homes and Domiciliary Care Associations:A Practical Guide.
|Title||:||Oxford Handbook of Learning and Intellectual Disability Nursing|
|Author||:||Bob Gates, Owen Barr|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press, USA - 2009|