Practice Issues in Sexuality and Learning Disabilities

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Subject index

a
abortion 90 , 218 -20, 263
Abortion Act (1967) 125
abuse, see sexual abuse
acting out, sexual 62
Adult Training Centres 164 -6, 239
advocacy 13 - 14 , 133 , 259
aggression 105
AIDS see HIV/AIDS
AIDS Awareness/Sex Education Project 186
anal sex 52 , 166 , 191 -3, 197
animal studies 60 -1
assault and battery 120 , 121 , 125
Association to Aid the Personal and Sexual Relationships of People with Disabilities (SPOD) 19 , 44 , 258 , 259
autonomy 116 , 117
aversion therapy 72

b
banns 126
BAPSCAN Working Party on Disability and Abuse 174
behavioural approach 59
behaviours, sexualization and maintenance 63 -5
'best interests' test 119 , 124
birth control see contraception
bodies, attitudes to 143 -5
bonding 60
boundaries 5 , 18 , 141 -2
brain abnormalities of sexual offenders 105
British Institute of Mental Handicap 240
British Institute of Learning Disabilities (BILD) 19
British Medical Association's Ethics Committee 218
Brook Advisory Centres 8 , 19 , 44

c
Campaign for the Mentally Handicapped (CMH) 237 , 240
caveat 126 -7
childbirth for a woman with severe learning disabilities 221 -33
children, sexual abuse of 83 , 93 -4, 97 , 103 , 109 , 157
choice and autonomy 55
Cincinnati Adolescent Clinic 157
cohabitation 262
Coloured Progressive Matrices test 218
communication problems 97 , 108 , 156 -8
communicative function of behaviours 63
community presence 55
competence 55 ;
increasing sexual and social 67-9 ;
presumption of 118
competency, significance 116 -19
compliance 99 , 108 -9
condom use 188 , 190 -4
confidentiality issues 136 , 137 -8, 139 , 141
consent: capacity to 11 ;
informed 122 198 - 200 ;
legal importantance 51 -2;
marriage 126 -7;
sexual intercourse 127 -8;
significance 116 -19;
to treatment 119 -25;

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