Offenders conference 2018 – presentations

The National Autistic Society’s 17th international conference on offenders with an intellectual and/or developmental disability took place in April 2018. Below is a list of presentations featured in the programme, for delegates who attended and anyone else you may be interested.

Plenary sessions

An ounce of prevention: Using inclusive teen social skills groups to prevent and minimise the risk of sexual offending and reoffending - Dr Laurie Spelly

Addressing the needs of young people with special educational needs - Hannah Smithson

Experiences of people with learning difficulties and their families - Chrissie Rogers

Hospital Discharges and Transforming Care -  John Taylor

Improving life changes - Alison Giraud-Saunders and Derek Lee

Keep Safe - an intervention for adolescents with ID - Aida Malovic and Melanie Turpin

Transforming care - our stories - Tim Nicholls

Understanding the population - Verity Chester


Concurrent sessions

(In)secure care - compassion focussed forensic psychotherapy - Jon Taylor

Adolescents with mild intellectual disabilities - Rogier De Groot

Assessing violence risk in autism - Carlo Thomas

Development of a substance abuse programme - Joseph Sakdalan and Sabine Visser

Development of an ID Sexual Offender Treatment Program - Joseph Sakdalan and Sabine Visser

Development of pre admission pathway within an Inpatient Autism Service - Helen Percival, Chris Ince and Gemma Evans

Engaging with families - a family support service - Danielle Mayes and Kelly Tompkins

From Fixed to Flexible - Joanne Sharp, Michelle Small and Matthew McCourt

Implementation of STOMP-LD in a tertiary inpatient setting - Chris Ince and Helen Percival

Is FASD a stalking horse  - Anthony Duncan

Making wise choices - sexual - The Development of DBT-Informed Offence Programmes - Joanne Sharp, Michelle Small and Eleni Gaga

Making wise choices about offending - Joanne Sharp, Michelle Small and Eleni Gaga

Meeting the COMMUNICATION needs of individuals within a ID Low Secure Service - Martine Lascelles

Personal recovery perspectives of individuals with an intellectual disability who offended - Natalie Aga

Safe, supportive and kind - Bunny Forsyth, Jen Moore and Emma Phipps

Schwartz Center Rounds - Emma Groves and Rachel Collinson

Staff and service user reflections on the development of an MSU ward - Sian Allen and Daniel Crowson

The application of the Good Lives Model - Vicky Hoggard and Brian Quinn

The use of dialectical behaviour therapy - Joseph Sakdalan and Sabine Visser

Therapy for the Therapist - Joanne Sharp and Michelle Small

This test says you are malingering - Joseph Sakdalan and Sabine Vissier

Violence risk assessment in autism - Carlo Thomas

Why compassion matters - forensics and neurodevelopmental conditions - Teresa Turner

You go on a bit of a journey with them - Hayley Lyon and Emma Groves

Date added: 4 June May 2018