Welcome to our section containing Cerebra’s research papers.
- Autism in genetic syndromes: implications for assessment and intervention
- Is the diagnosis of a genetic disorder important for children with intellectual disability?
- PenCRU ‘What’s the Evidence?’ Compilation
- Research Summary: Parent-to-parent support-does it help?
- Self injurious behaviour in children with intellectual disability
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