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response of a learning disability service to clients" HIV risk sexual behaviour

Abigail Herbert

response of a learning disability service to clients" HIV risk sexual behaviour

by Abigail Herbert

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StatementAbigail Herbert.
ContributionsUniversity of Surrey. Department of Psychology.
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Toward assessing risk for repeated concerning sexual behavior by children with sexual behavior problems: What we know and what we can do with this knowledge. In D. S Prescott (Ed.), Knowledge & practice: Challenges in the treatment and supervision of sexual abusers (pp. ).   The Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS) monitors six types of health-risk behaviors that contribute to the leading causes of death and disability among youth and adults, including behaviors that contribute to unintentional injuries and violence; sexual behaviors that contribute to unintended pregnancy and sexually transmitted disease, including HIV infection; alcohol and other .

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Using HIV Medication to Reduce Risk. HIV Treatment as Prevention HIV treatment helps people living with HIV stay healthy and prevents transmission of the virus to others.

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Groups most affected by HIV in Uganda Adolescent girls and young women. HIV prevalence is almost four times higher among young women aged 15 to 24 than young men of the same age.9 The issues faced by this demographic include gender-based violence (including sexual abuse) and a lack of access to education, health services, social protection and information about how they cope with these.

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According to the National Crime Victimization Survey, an average of 59, adults with disabilities are raped or sexually assaulted each year. The chapter also reviews interventions that have been tested to reduce sexual risk behaviors among PLWHA.

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also culminate in risk behavior such as alcohol and drug abuse and in unsafe sexual behavior (Coombe ). The HIV/AIDS pandemic disproportionately affects women who already carry a very hard burden in many African countries. From a physiological and medical perspective women are at a File Size: KB.

situations or through knowing how to respond to abusive situations. Clients may engage in violent behavior in response to real or perceived rejection or confrontation by the MCM or as a result of their active drug use.

When a MCM is in the position of setting a limit or denying access to a service because of non-compliance with the careFile Size: 54KB. The continued use of labelling terms for people with a learning disability serves as an excuse to either justify the control of people's sexuality and fertility, or a rationale to argue that.

While taking clients’ medical history, health professionals should consider some of the risk factors outlined in Box 3 before offering the opportunity to be tested for HCV.

If a client is HCV antibody positive with a detectable HCV RNA, practitioners should request a referral to. The team has delivered educational/awareness sessions to groups of under 25s for over two years; these discuss the dangers of risk-taking sexual behaviour and STIs/HIV, and offer the opportunity to be screened for chlamydia, gonorrhoea, syphilis and HIV.

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• To provide person-centered guidance for supporting adults with challenging behaviors, regardless of their disability • To promote consistent and effective services and supports in different settings and circumstances (e.g., families, supported living, etc.).We offer a contextual account of the assumptions underpinning these models before discussing, in Chapter 4, the potential implications for how public health research is undertaken, including reflecting on a potential dissonance between public health and disability discourses.

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