Offenders conference 2019 – presentations

The National Autistic Society’s 18th International conference on offenders with an intellectual and/or developmental disability took place in April 2019. Below is a list of presentations featured in the programme, for delegates who attended and anyone else you may be interested.

Plenary sessions

Introducing the FARAS – a framework to aid risk assessment with offenders on the autistic spectrum - Zainab Al-Attar

Offenders with Intellectual Disabilities Leaving Prison - Support and Outcome - Glynis Murphy

Self-Reported Motivations - pathways into offending - Katy-Louise Payne

The Complex Case and Recovery Management Framework - Mark Spurrell, Amy Shaw, Lorriane Potts

Youth Offending Perspectives MMPR - Cary McDowell and Bryan Moore

Concurrent sessions

A Community EQUIP Treatment Group -S Tearle and S Williams

A Qualitative Service Evaluation of the Gateway Recovery College within a Secure Intellectual Disability Service - Lynn Williams and Jo Inskip

Autism Spectrum Conditions in Prison-Based Sexual Offending Rehabilitation - Service User and Staff Views - Luke P Vinter

Communication challenges for children and adults with intellectual disabilities during cross-examination a systematic review - Joanne Morrison

Consultation Clinics -The Right Therapy for the Right People. Assessing and formulating under and over control - Rachel Collinson and Lyndsie Barker

Creating safer communities - is the Circle approach suitable for sexual harm causers with an intellectual or developmental disability - Leah Warwick

DBT-Substance adapted for a Forensic Learning Disability and Autism Population - Emma Groves and Sarah Robinson

Developing meaningful co-production within medium secure forensic learning disability secure services - Jo Brackley and Elizabeth Rea

I Can Feel Good - Second Edition 2018 - Sarah Ashworth, Natalie Brotherton, Hannah Carton and Charlotte Robinson

Impact of LD or ASC specific training for North West National Probation Service (NPS) staff - Holly Judge

Impact of specialist support team AHP assessment on management of forensic behaviours and capacity - Paul Burdon, Nicola McNamara, Hannah Dickinson

Idenification and Management of PDA in a community forensic setting - F Ahmad, R Mackinlay, P Yarnold

Is there a place for Positive Behavioural Support (PBS) in a medium secure learning disability service - Elizabeth Rea and Jo Brackley

Making Wise Choices-Sexual (MWC-S) - The Development of the MWC-S Offence Chain Assessment - Stavros Simitsis and Sarah Kelleher

Pre-Conference Workshop - Think Protect Connect - Safeguarding Young People from the Risk of Radicalisation - John Khan

Prison Officers - Understanding and knowledge of Autism Spectrum Disorders in the prison environment -Toni Wood

Progress report on Doctoral research of women with an Intellectual Disability in secure services - Angela Ridley

Rehabilitating Offenders with both a formal diagnosis of Autistic Spectrum Disorder - Understanding the numbers of undiagnosed offenders in prison at any one time - Tanya Phillips

Standardised methods in Danish Socialpedagogic Practive - what works -  Soeren Holst

The Contributory Role of Autism Symptomology in Defendants Charged with a Child Pornography Offense - Clare Allely

The role of a learning disability practitioner within Birmingham Liaison & Diversion Team - Morna Browning, Margaret Large, Jessica Dickens

The role of an OT and SLT in the Birmingham Community Forensic Team - Rachael Mackinlay and Meryl Crum

Understanding Psychosis accessible workbook - Amy Canning and Hannah Toogood

Date added: 9 May 2019