Pubications

Articles in Academic Journals

Bradshaw, J. & Carnaby, S., (2002). Talking normalisation: the role of communication in integration, Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 12, 298-302.

 

Carnaby, S., (1997), What do you think?: Evaluating an established individual planning service for people with learning disabilities using qualitative methods, Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 41, 3, pp225-231..

 

Carnaby, S., (1997), A comparative approach to evaluating individual planning for people with learning disabilities: Challenging the assumptions, Disability & Society, 12, 3, pp381-394.

 

Carnaby, S., (1997), Ordinary living revisited: A case study comparison of learning disability services in London and Milan, European Journal on Mental Disability, 4, 15, pp20-35.

 

Carnaby, S., (1998), Reflections on Social Integration for People with Learning Disabilities: Does Interdependence have a Role?, Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disability Research, 23, 3, pp219-228.

 

Carnaby, S., (2000), Involving people with intellectual disabilities in individual service planning: a ‘pathways’ approach, Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 44, (3&4), p233. (Abstract).

 

Carnaby, S., (2000), Social support for people with mild to moderate intellectual disabilities: participants’ perspectives, Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 44, (3&4), p233. (Abstract).

 

Carnaby, S., (2007). Developing good practice in the clinical assessment of people with profound intellectual disabilities and multiple impairment. Journal of Policy and Practice in Intellectual Disability, 4, 2, 88-96.

 

Carnaby, S. & Cambridge, (2000), Evaluating personal and intimate care practice in local services for people with intellectual disabilities, Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 44, (3&4), p233. (Abstract).

 

Carnaby, S. & Cambridge, C., (2002), Getting Personal: A case study of intimate and personal care practice in services for people with profound and multiple learning disabilities, Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 46, 2, 120-132.

 

Cambridge, P., Carnaby, S. & McCarthy, M., (2003). Responding to masturbation in supporting sexuality and challenging behaviour in services for people with learning disabilities. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 7(3), 251-266.

 

Carnaby, S. Lewis, Naylor, J., Martin, D., & Stewart, D., (2003). Having your say and getting involved: Student participation in transition review meetings. British Journal of Special Education.


Articles in practice journals


Books

Carnaby, S., (1999), Designs for Living: A Comparative Approach to Normalisation for the New Millennium, Aldershot: Ashgate, UK.

 

Carnaby, S., (ed.), (2002), Learning disability today: A reader for the Certificate in working with People with Learning Disabilities. Brighton: Pavilion Publishing.

 

Carnaby, S., (ed.), (2007), Learning disability today: A reader for the Certificate in working with People with Learning Disabilities.(2nd edition). Brighton: Pavilion Publishing.

 

Carnaby, S., (ed.), (2011), Learning disability today (3rd edition). Brighton: Pavilion Publishing.

 

Carnaby, S. & Cambridge, P., (eds.) (2006). Intimate and personal care and people with learning disabilities. London: Jessica Kingsley.

 

Cambridge, P. & Carnaby, S., (eds.) (2005). Person centred planning, care management and people with learning disabilities. London: Jessica Kingsley.

 

Pawlyn, J. & Carnaby, S., (eds) (2009). Profound intellectual and multiple disabilities: Nursing complex needs. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.


Chapters in books

Carnaby, S., (2014). Clinical psychology and people with intellectual disabilities. In S. Llewelyn & D.Murphy (eds) What is Clinical Psychology? Oxford: OUP.

 

Carnaby, S., (2002), Being who you are: Supporting people with profound and multiple learning disabilities, in S. Carnaby, (ed.), Learning disability today: A reader for the Certificate in working with People with Learning Disabilities, Brighton: Pavilion Publishing.

 

Carnaby, S., (2002), Making plans: undertaking assessment and care planning, in S. Carnaby, (ed.), Learning disability today: A reader for the Certificate in working with People with Learning Disabilities, Brighton: Pavilion Publishing.

 

Carnaby, S., (2002), The bigger picture: understanding approaches to learning disability, in S. Carnaby, (ed.), Learning disability today: A reader for the Certificate in working with People with Learning Disabilities, Brighton: Pavilion Publishing.

 

Carnaby, S., (2006). Adults with profound and multiple learning disabilities - supporting planned dependence. In Carnaby, S. & Cambridge, P., (eds.) Intimate and personal care and people with learning disabilities. London: Jessica Kingsley

 

Carnaby, S., (2009). Clinical assessment of people with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities. In J. Pawlyn & S. Carnaby (eds.) Profound intellectual and multiple disabilities: Nursing complex needs. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

 

Carnaby, S., (2009). Mental health problems and people with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities. In J. Pawlyn & S. Carnaby (eds.) Profound intellectual and multiple disabilities: Nursing complex needs. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

 

Carnaby, S., & Cambridge, P., (2006). Introduction. In Carnaby, S. & Cambridge, P., (eds.) Intimate and personal care and people with learning disabilities. London: Jessica Kingsley

 

Carnaby, S., & Cambridge, P., (2006). Staff attitudes and perspectives. In Carnaby, S. & Cambridge, P., (eds.) Intimate and personal care and people with learning disabilities. London: Jessica Kingsley

 

Carnaby, S. & Cambridge, P., (2006). Developing best practice in intimate and personal care for people with learning disabilities. In Carnaby, S. & Cambridge, P., (eds.) Intimate and personal care and people with learning disabilities. London: Jessica Kingsley

 

Carnaby, S. & Lewis, P., (2005). Involving young people with learning disabilities leaving school in planning for the future. In Cambridge, P. & Carnaby, S., (eds.)

Person centred planning, care management and people with learning disabilities. London: Jessica Kingsley

 

Carnaby, S., & Mallett, A., (2006). Children and young people with learning disabilities: Developing good practice in intimate and personal care provision. In Carnaby, S. & Cambridge, P., (eds.) Intimate and personal care and people with learning disabilities. London: Jessica Kingsley.

 

Carnaby, S., & Pawlyn, J., (2009). Profound intellectual and multiple disabilities: meeting complex needs through complex means. In J. Pawlyn & S. Carnaby (eds.) Profound intellectual and multiple disabilities: Nursing complex needs. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

 

Cambridge, P. & Carnaby, S., (2005). Introduction and Overview. In Cambridge, P. & Carnaby, S., (eds.) Person centred planning, care management and people with learning disabilities. London: Jessica Kingsley

 

Cambridge, P. & Carnaby, S., (2005). Considerations for Making PCP and Care Management Work: Summary Observations and Concluding Remarks. In Cambridge, P. & Carnaby, S., (eds.) Person centred planning, care management and people with learning disabilities. London: Jessica Kingsley

 

Cambridge, P. & Carnaby, S., (2006).Multidisciplinary working and care co-ordination. In Carnaby, S. & Cambridge, P., (eds.) Intimate and personal care and people with learning disabilities. London: Jessica Kingsley.

 

Pawlyn, J. & Carnaby, S., (2009). Introduction. In J. Pawlyn & S. Carnaby (eds.) Profound intellectual and multiple disabilities: Nursing complex needs. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

 

Carnaby, S., (2014). Working with people with intellectual disabilities. In S. Llewelyn & D.Murphy (eds.) What is Clinical Psychology? Oxford: Oxford University Press.


Training Materials

Cambridge, P. & Carnaby, S., (2000), Making it Personal: Providing intimate and personal care for people with learning disabilities, Brighton: Pavilion Publishing.

 

Carnaby, S., (2002), Learning Disability Awards Framework Certificate in Working with people with learning disabilities – Level 2, Brighton: Pavilion Publishing.

 

Carnaby, S., (2003), Learning Disability Awards Framework Certificate in Working with people with learning disabilities – Level 3, Brighton: Pavilion Publishing.