Dr Sue McGaw's Publications


McGAW, S & STURMEY, P.(1989). The effects on text reliability and summary exercises on parental knowledge of behaviour therapy. The Portage Parent Readings. Educational Psychology. 9,2

McGAW, S. (1993). Working with parents on parenting skills. In A. Craft (ed.)
Parents with Learning Disabilities (p.13-19), BILD: Kidderminster.

McGAW, S & CAMPION, M.(1993). Parents with learning disabilities: A model of good practice, Disability, Pregnancy & Parenthood, Vol 4.

McGAW, S. & STURMEY, P. (1993). Identifying the needs of parents with Learning Disabilities. Child Abuse Review,2. 101-117.

McGAW, S. & STURMEY, P. (1994). Assessing Parents with Learning Disabilities: The
Parental Skills Model. Child Abuse Review, 3, 36-51

McGAW, S. (1994). Raising the Parental Competency of Parents with Learning Disabilities. PhD. Dissertation. Exeter University.

McGAW, S. (1995). “I want to be a good parent…? British Institute of Learning Disabilities. Website: www.bild.org.uk.

McGAW, S. (1995). Children need healthy food. British Institute of Learning Disabilities. Set 2. Website: www.bild.org.uk

McGAW, S. (1995). Children need to be clean, healthy and warm. British Institute of Learning Disabilities. Set 3. Website: www.bild.org.uk

McGAW, S. (1995). Children need to be safe. British Institute of Learning Disabilities. Set 4, Website: www.bild.org.uk

McGAW, S. (1996). Children need love and learn right from wrong. British Institute of Learning Disabilities. Set 5. Website: www.bild.org.uk

McGAW, S. (1996). Services for parents with learning disabilities. Tizzard Learning Disability Review, 1, pp.21-32.

McGAW, S. (1997). Practical Support for Parents with Learning Disabilities. In A. O’Hara & A. Sperlinger (Eds.) Adults with Learning Disabilities pp. 123-138 Wiley.

McGAW, S. (1998). Working with Parents who happen to have Intellectual Disabilities. In E. Emerson, C. Hatton, J. Bromley & A. Caine. (Eds.). Clinical Psychology and People with Intellectual Disabilities. Wiley.

McGAW, S. & SMITH, K. (1998). Parenting Skill Cards: Children Need Healthy Food. British Institute for Learning Disabilities. Set 2. Website: www.bild.org.uk.

McGAW, S. (1998). Supporting Vulnerable Parents. Parent Education and Support Forum.

McGAW, S. (1999). Parent Assessment Manual. Promoting Effective Parent. Website: www.pep-uk.org.

McGAW, S. (2000). What works with Parents with Learning Disabilities. Barnardos.

McGAW, S. & TORNABENE, A. (2000). Parenting Skill Cards: Children need to be Clean, Healthy & Warm. British Institute for Learning Disabilities. Set 3.

McGAW, S. & TORNABENE, A. (2000). Parenting Skill Cards: What is Love? British Institute for Learning Disabilities. Set 5. Website: www.bild.org.uk.

McGAW, S., VALENTINE, D. & CLARK, A. (2001). Supporting Parents with Learning Difficulties. In M, Nolan (Ed.). Education and Support for Parenting – A Guide for Health Professionals. Harcourt Health Sciences.

McGAW, S. & VALENTINE, D. (2002). Parenting Skill Cards: Children Need to be Safe. British Institute for Learning Disabilities. Set 4. Website: www.bild.org.uk.

McGAW, S, BALL, K. & CLARK, A. (2002). The Effect of Group Intervention on the Relationships of Parents with Intellectual Disabilities. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 15, pp.354-366.

McGAW, S. (2002). Guest Editor: Parenting. BILD. 124, Spring.

McGAW, S. (2002). Should Parenting be taught? The Psychologist, 15, 10: pp 510-513.

McGAW, S. (2004). Parenting Exceptional Children. In H. Hoghughi & N. Long. Handbook of Parenting. Sage: London.

McGAW, S. (2004).   Research Review:  Parents with Learning Disabilities.  Exeter University:  www.be-evidence-based.com.

McGAW, S. (2005).  What works with Parents with Learning Disabilities. (2nd Revision)Barnardos.
 
McGAW, S., SHAW, T. & BECKLEY, K. (2007).  Prevalence of psychopathology Across a Service Population of Parents with Intellectual Disabilities and Their Children.  Policy & Practice in Intellectual Disabilities, 4, 1, 11-22.

McGAW, S., SCULLY, T. & PRITCHARD, C.  (2010).  Predicting the Unpredictable?  Identifying High Risk vs. Low Risk Parents with Intellectual Disabilities.  Child Abuse & Neglect, 34, 699-710.

Television:

“LEARNING TO BE MUM? Inside Edge documentary and video, BBC 2, January 1994.

“PARENTING AT COST? LINK Programme, ITV, January 1997.
“BINDING LOVE? Disability Programme Unit, BBC 2, 18 January, 2004.

Radio:

BBC RADIO LANCASHIRE, July 1994
BBC RADIO 4 Woman’s Hour. August 1995

BBC RADIO 4 Does he take sugar? December 1995
BBC RADIO 4 All in the mind. October 1995


BBC RADIO 4 Woman’s Hour November 1996


BBC RADIO CORNWALL Spotlight. July 1999.


BBC RADIO CORNWALL Lawrence Reed Talk In. May 2000.


BBC RADIO CORNWALL Chris Young – Single Parenting. March 2002


BBC RADIO 4 You and Yours June 2002


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Dr Sue Mcgaw

Dr Sue McGaw, PAMS Author, founded the UK based NHS Special Parenting Service in 1988.

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