Fast Facts About Individuals with intellectual disabilities and special needs who sexually offend
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ATSA BLOG POSTS
- The assessment and treatment of sex offenders with intellectual disabilities: A work in progress, July 5, 2018
The following citations reflect research, publications, and presentations by current ATSA members.
- Interventions for adolescents with developmental disabilities: Rothman & Smith (2017)
- Interventions for youth with Autism Spectrum Disorders who have engaged in abusive sexual behaviors: Rothman & MacKenzie (2017)
- People with special needs and sexual behaviour problems: Balancing community and client interests while ensuring effective risk management: Wilson, Prescott, & Burns (2015)
- The validity of the Static 99-R in sexual offenders with low intellectual abilities: Newman, Stephens, Seto, & Cantor (2014)
- Understanding and responding to persons with special needs who have sexually offended: Wilson & Prescott (2014)
- Assessing the generalization of relapse-prevention behaviors of sexual offenders diagnosed with an intellectual disability: Rea, Dixon, & Zettle (2013)
- Applicability of MEGA to sexually abusive youth with low intellectual functioning: Miccio-Fonseca & Rasmussen (2012)
- Intellectual disability and problems in sexual behavior: Assessment, treatment, and promotion of healthy sexuality: Wilson & Burns (2011)
- Risk assessment in offenders with intellectual disability: A comparison across three levels of security: Lindsay, Hogue, Taylor, Steptoe, Mooney, O’Brien, Johnston, & Smith (2008)
- A structured method of assessing dynamic risk factors among sexual abusers with intellectual disabilities: McGrath, Livingston, & Falk (2007)
- Community management of sex offenders with intellectual disabilities: Characteristics, services, and outcome of a statewide program: McGrath, Livingston, & Falk (2007)
- A comparison of offenders with intellectual disability across three levels of security: Hogue, Steptoe, Taylor, Lindsay, Mooney, Pinkney, Johnston, Smith, & O’Brien (2006)
- On intelligence and crime: A comparison of incarcerated sex offenders and serious non-sexual violent criminals: Guay, Ouimet, & Prouix (2005)
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BIBLIOGRAPHIES AND RECOMMENDED READING
- Bibliography: Developmental Disabilities - General Issues, Sexuality, Sexual Deviance, and Treatment, 2004