Download e-book for kindle: Attachment in intellectual and developmental disability: a by Helen K. Fletcher, Andrea Flood, Dougal Julian Hare

By Helen K. Fletcher, Andrea Flood, Dougal Julian Hare

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Attachment in highbrow and Developmental incapacity: A Clinician’s consultant to perform and Research is the 1st publication to discover the medical problems linked to attachment relationships in individuals with highbrow and developmental disabilities.

  • Draws jointly wisdom from disparate assets in a definitive new source for clinicians operating during this area
  • A becoming physique of evidence-based techniques during this zone are underpinned through attachment idea, together with direct intervention and using attachment concept to appreciate interactions and relationships
  • Presents and integrates state of the art types and techniques that experience formerly been to be had merely to specialists
  • Written by way of mainstream practitioners who're lively in medical paintings and learn; keen on real-world functions, with illustrative case examples throughout

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901). ATTACHMENT AND CULTURE Van IJzendoorn and Sagi‐Schwartz (2008) presented a review of cross‐ cultural patterns of attachment and reported that the three main p­atterns of attachment (secure, avoidant and ambivalent) have been found in every culture where attachment has been studied. They acknowledged cultural variations but concluded that, in general, cross‐cultural studies provide support for attachment theory. Both Bowlby (1969) and Ainsworth (1967) stated that most infants develop multiple attachment relationships but proposed that there is an attachment hierarchy with preferred attachment figures.

Review of parents’/carers’ responses using video feedback to facilitate development of caregiving behaviours which offer a sensitive response and safe base. • Reflection of parents’/carers’ own attachment experiences and states of mind with respect to attachment and therapeutic support to discuss the impact of these on caregiving relationships. An Overview of Attachment Theory: Bowlby and Beyond 25 As the chapter draws to a conclusion, the impact of ID on caregiving and attachment will be illustrated using a case example to draw together the different threads of attachment theory and attachment‐ based interventions.

The crying behaviours reduced in intensity and f­requency, although they still happened a few times per week. Psychology support was later offered to help Sylvie’s transition to a specialist nursery. Mrs M was able to have a break whilst Sylvie was at nursery and this helped her to have some respite and she reported feeling she was coping much better. Sylvie rarely engaged in the crying behaviours at nursery and did not show any separation anxiety when left at nursery. Mrs M reported that it felt a relief to her when she dropped Sylvie off and she was very happy with the staff and felt confident that Sylvie would be well cared for.

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