Seattle Club Conference December 2016

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This year’s Seattle Club Conference is being hosted by Glasgow Caledonian University in association with the University of Glasgow and Napier University Edinburgh.

An impressive number of oral presentations and poster presentations have been accepted from members of Tizard. They include:
Dr Anne MacDonald, Honorary Researcher “An organisational approach to reducing restrictive practices for people with intellectual disabilities” (poster presentation)
Jessica Tame, Dr Paraskevi Triantafyllopoulou, Frances Beaumont “Sensory profiles of adults with autism: a comparison with the general population and adults with dyspraxia” (oral presentation)
Kitty Hyslop, Dr Jill Bradshaw & Prof Julie Beadle-BrownUsing talking mats to explore experiences of person-centred active support” (poster presentation)
Dr Peter Baker & Rebecca HardimanInvestigation of the applicability of trauma as a framework for understanding staff response to challenging behaviour presented by people with intellectual disabilities” (poster presentation)
Rebecca Hardiman “Physiological arousal and challenging behaviour in boys with Fragile X Syndrome” (poster presentation)
Dr Claire Bates – presentation looking at the importance of love to people with learning disabilities.
Serena Brady, Jessie Humphreys, Prof Peter McGill & Dr Nick GoreThe characteristics of residential educational settings in England for young people with intellectual or developmental disabilities” (poster presentation)
Mark BrownI wish I had learnt to keep myself safe”  Sexuality and relationships education for people with autistic spectrum disorder (poster presentation)
Dr Nick Gore “The goals and outcomes for intervention (G0-For-It)” (poster presentation)
Clare MelvinAdapted sex offender treatment programmes for men with autism spectrum conditions: clinician and service user views” (poster presentation)
Clare Melvin “Autism and offending: a systematic review of treatment” (poster presentation)
Nicole PalmerAre people with intellectual and developmental disabilities who lack capacity to consent at risk of being excluded from research?  Ethical implications of the UK Mental Capacity Act 2005″ (oral presentation)



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