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Click here for a copy of our latest December 2018 journal.

 

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Guidelines on Pathways to Care

A guide for parents and carers: Guidelines on Pathways to Care for children and adolescents with intellectual disability and challenging behaviour and/or mental health problems.  

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Devlopmental Psychiatry Clinic Evaluation

The Developmental Psychiatry Clinic has been evaluated by the Centre for Disability Studies. Access the document by clicking on the image below.

MOU between ADHC and Health
Excutive Summary

View the executive summary of the "Leading the Way in Mental Health and Intellectual Disability" needs analysis report here.

   

Thursday
May302019

Well-being Research Invitation

We are seeking expressions of interest from NSW high schools with support classes for students with an intellectual disability to participate in our well-being research. 

Our research called “WellSEQ-English Version Project” aims to research the translation and feasibility of an English version of the Swedish Well-being in Special Education Questionnaire (WellSEQ), a self-report tool for adolescents with intellectual and developmental disability. This project has been approved by Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network Human Research Ethics Committee approval # HREC/18/SCHN/549 and the State Education Research Approval Process (SERAP) #2019081. 

Please read more here and then you can complete the survey below to register your interest. We will be in contact shortly after the closing date of 17/06/19. 

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Tuesday
Apr092019

New Webinar available

We have added a new webinar to our series: A background to mental health and intellectual disability by Dr David Dossetor, child psychiatrist with expertise in intellectual & developmental disability. This goes for 48 minutes. Grab a cuppa and enjoy! A copy of the slides and other resources can be downloaded by clicking on the left after you have started the webinar. More webinars will be available in term 2.

Monday
Dec172018

Volume 9, Issue 2 is now ready!

We have some excellent holiday reading for you with the latest copy of our journal. Simply click on the image on the right. Happy Holidays!!

Highlights include:

  • A Pilot Multidisciplinary Clinic at Aspect Autism School by a Specialist Mental Health Team by Associate Professor David Dossetor and Dr Deepa Singhal, Tom Butterworth and Dr. Michelle Wong
  • The Medicine Cabinet: Placebo or Nocebo by Judy Longworth
  • Interview with Leanne Dowse from the University of NSW
  • Conference Review: Society for the Study of Behaviour Phenotypes (SSBP) 21st International Research Symposium 2018 by Peter Wurth
  • Case Report: The Successful use of ECT in a Youth with Autism, Major Depression, Severe Intellectual Disability and Self Injury by Peter Wurth, Shirley-Anne McIntyre, Priyani Ratnayake and Janelle Walker
  • Readings and Resources 

Thursday
Nov222018

Announcing our latest resource...

Monday
Nov192018

PsychDD Conference 23rd November 2018

The Annual PsychDD Conference is on the 23 November 2018, in Parramatta.

Registrations are still open and the conference timetable has just been released.

The conference is open to psychologists, educators and other allied health professionals. There is also a special student rate of only $70.

To register go to:

https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/psychdd-annual-conference-research-practice-in-a-changing-environment-tickets-50625819188