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Our latest journal edition is ready! Volume 10, Issue 1, 2019

Welcome to our new journal edition, Volume 10, Issue 1 for 2019. This is a fairly large edition, with many useful and informative topics including;

Some personal guidelines for prescribing for the mental health needs of children and adolescents with intellectual disability and/or autism by Dr David Dossetor

The Medicine Cabinet: Pregabalin by Judy Longworth

A Pilot study of short-term outcomes of a community based weight management program for culturally diverse children with Intellectual Disability by Helen Ho, Leah Spink, Delfa Kaabi, Pankaj Garg, Denise Campbell, Gail Tomsic, Natalie Ong and Natalie Silove

Group Stepping Stones Triple P in Schools: An Evaluation of a Parenting Program for Children with Developmental Disabilities in the School Setting by Dr Phil Ray, Dr David Dossetor, Jodie Caruana, Lisa Gomes, Hebah Saleh & Lesley Whatson

Differences in Side-effects in Autism by Dr Helen Puusepp-Benazzouz

Book Review: Girls and Autism: Educational, Family and

Personal Perspectives Reviewed by Dr David Dossetor 

We hope you enjoy this edition and welcome any feedback or contributions. Happy reading!