Screening with young offenders with an intellectual disability

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McKenzie, Karen; Paxton, Donna; Michie, Amanda; Murray, George; Murray, Aja Louise; Curtis, Julie;

The research suggests that young offenders with an intellectual disability (ID) may not always be identified within youth justice services. This pilot study assessed some aspects of the validity of a screening tool, the Child and Adolescent Intellectual Disability Scree... View more
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