This handbook is designed to provide the reader with
information on forensic issues in people with learning disabilities.
Covering the same topics as the training resource, it reflects the
latest developments in services and treatment for this group. The
handbook can be read independently or used to support the training
course materials contained in Forensic Issues in People with Learning
Disabilities: A multi-agency approach: A training resource.
within the social care sector are required to undertake Continuous
Professional Development (CPD) by the General Social Care Council
(GSCC). Those who use this resource will be able to gain CPD points.
Available as an ebook
This title is also available in the following formats from other retailers:
Not sure which ebook format you need? View our ebook FAQs.
This handbook is aimed at those working with people with learning
disabilities in forensic, mental health or learning disability services,
including professional health and social care staff, forensic nurses,
senior carers, behavioural and occupational therapists and trainers in
the community, residential hospitals and criminal justice settings.
Publisher: Pavilion Publishing and Media
Publication: 23 November 2009
17 May 2014
The book is really easy to read, separated into clear chapters that allow the reader to find the information needed. I would say it is not possible to read this from cover to cover, but it is a useful source for students. It is a book that is appropriate for a wide range of students.