Growing up, walk, learn and live

  


Growing up, walk, learn and live

A Cornelia develop, he or she will move around, learn by visiting a school or care center. At a certain age there need to be a fulfilling day program. Working or maybe just spreading love and and allow the society to show its best in including people that are different in daily life.Every child has a right to be teached the skills required for the best possible quality of life. Let's see what we have here..And with so much activity we all need a place to live. It might come a time that the nesting period is over and our Cornelia needs to fly out: Adolescence and transition to a new living environment

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Chris Oliver

Chris Oliver

is currently researching early intervention, behaviour disorders in people with severe intellectual disability and autism spectrum disorder, behavioural phenotypes in genetic syndromes and neuropsychological and behavioural assessment for people with severe intellectual disability. 

He is Professor of Neurodevelopmental Disorders at the University of Birmingham and Director of the Cerebra Centre for Neurodevelopmental Disorders.

He was trained as a clinical psychologist at Edinburgh University before completing a PhD on self-injurious behaviour in people with intellectual disability at the Institute of Psychiatry, London. 

Editor in Chief for the Journal of Intellectual Disability Research. He is a member of the scientific advisory council of the CdLS World Federation.

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Bernadette is sister to Michael (CdLS)

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