This section provides access to resources by CIDDR, either freely available to download, or where externally published, with information how to obtain these.
Manualised Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) for anxiety and depression in adults with mild intellectual disabilities:
This study, led by Angela Hassiotis, was funded by the UK Department of Health Research for Patient Benefit programme. More information about the study and access to the free manual
Full Reference: Hassiotis, A., Serfaty, M., Azam, K., Martin, S., Strydom, A., & King, M. (2012). A Manual of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for People with Mild Learning Disabilities and Common Mental Disorders: A training guide to help professional therapists in treating people with communication and cognitive problems in CBT. Camden & Islington NHS Foundation Trust and University College London, 2012
Crick Chat on Down Syndrome:
In this Crick Chat, held on 24 November 2015 in a pub in King's Cross, LonDownS members Dr Victor Tybulewicz from the Francis Crick Institute and Professor Elizabeth Fisher and Dr Andre Strydom from UCL, discuss how their collaborative research is shedding light on the link between Down syndrome and Alzheimer disease. Video: https://youtu.be/vi2JcWW09h8
Intellectual Disability Literacy Scale (IDLS):
Scoring of the IDLS: (1) IDLS Scoring guide (doc) (2) When using the unlabelled vignette use this guide for coding of responses to the vignette (doc)
Full Reference: Scior,K. & Furnham,A. (2011). Development and validation of the Intellectual Disability Literacy Scale for assessment of knowledge, beliefs and attitudes to intellectual disability. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 32, 1530-1541.
Cognitive Scale for Down Syndrome (CS-DS):
has developed a new informant questionnaire about cognitive abilities in Down
syndrome: the Cognitive Scale for Down
Syndrome (CS-DS). You can access
the paper and download a PDF of the CSDS.
The Stigma Questionnaire for people with Intellectual Disability is a brief 10 item measure developed for use in people with mild to moderate intellectual disability aged 18-65.