Research Resources

The list below has been broken into topics to make it easier for you to find the research you need, as a result some resources may be listed more than once.

Support & Service Needs

Azar, S., Robinson, L., & Proctor, S. (2012)

Chronic neglect and services without borders

Burgen, B. (2010) Women with cognitive impairment and unplanned or unwanted pregnancy
McConnell, D., Feldman, M., Aunos, M. & Prasad, N. (2010) Child welfare process and outcomes
Monsen, K., Sanders, A., Yu, F., Radosevich, D., & Geppert, J. (2011) Family home visiting outcomes for mothers with and without intellectual disabilities

Parent Education

Glazemakers, I., & Deboutte, D. (2012) Modifying the ‘Positive Parenting Program’ for parents with intellectual disabilities
Mildon, R., Wade, C., & Matthews, J. (2008) Considering the contextual fit of an intervention for families headed by parents with an intellectual disability
Wade, C., Llewellyn, G. & Matthews, J. (2008) Review of parent training interventions for parents with intellectual disability
Wilson, S., McKenzie, K., Quayle, E. & Murray, G. (2013) A systematic review of interventions to promote social support and parenting skills in parents with an intellectual disability

Outcomes for Children

Collings, S., & Llewellyn, G. (2012) Children of parents with intellectual disability
Emerson, E. & Brigham, P. (2014) The developmental health of children of parents with intellectual disabilities
Höglund, B., Lindgren, P., & Larsson, M. (2012) Newborns of mothers with intellectual disability have a higher risk of perinatal death and being small for gestational age
Taylor, J., Hurd, H., Seltzer, M., Greenberg, J., & Floyd, F. (2010) Parenting with mild intellectual deficits
McConnell, D., Llewellyn, G., & Ferronato, L. (2000) Parents with a disability and the NSW Children's Court

 Child Protection

Azar, S., Robinson, L., & Proctor, S. (2012) Chronic neglect and services without borders
Collings, S., & Llewellyn, G. (2012) Children of parents with intellectual disability
Mayes, R., & Llewellyn, G. (2012) Mothering differently
McConnell, D., Feldman, M., Aunos, M. & Prasad, N. (2010) Child welfare process and outcomes
McGaw, S., Scully, T., & Pritchard, C. (2010) Predicting the unpredictable?
Mildon, R., Wade, C., & Matthews, J. (2008) Considering the contextual fit of an intervention for families headed by parents with an intellectual disability
Proctor, S., & Azar, S. (2012) The effect of parental intellectual disability status on child protection service worker decision making
McConnell, D., Llewellyn, G., & Ferronato, L. (2000) Parents with a disability and the NSW Children's Court

 Health

Burgen, B. (2010) Women with cognitive impairment and unplanned or unwanted pregnancy
Collings, S., & Llewellyn, G. (2012) Children of parents with intellectual disability
Emerson, E. & Brigham, P. (2014) The developmental health of children of parents with intellectual disabilities
Höglund, B., Lindgren, P., & Larsson, M. (2012) Pregnancy and birth outcomes of women with intellectual disability in Sweden
Höglund, B., Lindgren, P., & Larsson, M. (2012) Newborns of mothers with intellectual disability have a higher risk of perinatal death and being small for gestational age
Monsen, K., Sanders, A., Yu, F., Radosevich, D., & Geppert, J. (2011) Family home visiting outcomes for mothers with and without intellectual disabilities

 Assessment

Azar, S., Robinson, L., & Proctor, S. (2012) Chronic neglect and services without borders
Proctor, S., & Azar, S. (2012) The effect of parental intellectual disability status on child protection service worker decision making
Mildon, R., Matthews, J., & Gavidia-Payne, S. (2000) Understanding and supporting parents with learning difficulties (PDF download)

Research Networks

The Parenting Special Interest Research Group Parenting SIRG
Parenting Young Children in Sweden PYC Sweden
Healthy Start on Twitter @healthystart_au

Healthy Start Research


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