Dr Sue CatonResearch Associate

Awards

Exemplary Researcher Award - 2012 RIHSC Annual Conference

Specialist Areas

My specialist area is learning disability especially in relation to the transition to adult life, moderate learning disabilities, staff who work with people with learning disabilities, healthy lifestyles, and the history of the lives of people with learning disabilities.

I am also interested in community safety, witness support infertility and transition to parenthood.

Research Outputs

Chapters

Purcell C., Lewis S.N., Smithson J., Caton S.J. 2008. "Work-Life Balance, Best Practices and Healthy Organisations: A European Perspective" in: R.Burke and C.Cooper (eds) Building More Effective Organizations. Cambridge University Press. pp.228-252
isbn: 978-0-521688-52-9

Journal Articles

Chapman, M., Hare, D., Caton, S., Donalds, D., McInnes, E. and Mitchell, D. (2013) "The Use of Mindfulness with People with Intellectual Disabilities: a Systematic Review and Narrative Analysis", Mindfulness (Currently Online First article)

Caton S., Chadwick D., Chapman M., Mitchell D., Stansfield J. and Turnbull S. 2012. "Healthy Lifestyles for Adults with Intellectual Disability: Knowledge, Barriers and Facilitators." Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability - accepted

Yohannes A.M., Caton S.J. 2010. "Management of Depression in Older People with Osteoarthritis: A Systematic Review" Aging and Mental Health, vol.14 no.6, pp.637-651
issn: 1360-7863 doi: 10.1080/13607860903483094

Caton S.J., Kagan C.M. 2007. "Comparing Transition Expectations of Young People with Moderate Learning Disabilities with other Vunerable Youth and with their Non Disabled Counterparts" Disability and Society, vol.22 no.5, pp.473-488
issn: 1360-0508 doi: 10.1080/09687590701427586

Caton S.J., Kagan C.M. 2006. "Tracking post-school destinations of young people with mild intellectual disabilities: The probelm of attrition" Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, vol.19 no.2, pp.143-152
issn: 1468-3148 doi: 10.1111/j.1468-3148.2005.00248.x

Kagan C.M., Lewis S.N., Caton S.J. 2000. "Editorial - Community, Work and Family in the 21st Century" Community, Work and Family, vol.3, no.1, pp.5-14
issn: 1469-3615 doi: 10.1080/713658896

Conference Presentations

Stansfield J., Chadwick D., Mitchell D., Caton S., Chapman M. and Turnbull S. 2012. "Self-image and interdependence: how older people with intellectual disabilities see themselves." - accepted for: IASSID Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Goldbart, J. and Caton, S. (2010) "A Person First: Parents' views on carers' communication with their sons and daughters with complex communication needs", International Society for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disability-Europe conference, Rome, 12-19 October

Kagan C.M., Caton S.J., Amin A. 2004. "'Boundary critique' community psychology and citizen participation." at: European Community Psychology Conference, Berlin.

Caton S.J. 2004. "Tracking Post School Destinations of School Leavers with Mild Intellectual Impairments" at: IASSID (International Association of the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disabilities) 12th World Congress. Montpellier, France.

Caton S.J. 2004. "Poster: Future Aspirations of School Leavers with Mild Intellectual Impairments" at: IASSID (International Association of the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disabilities) 12th World Congress. Montpellier, France.

Internet Publications

Caton S.J., Starling S., Burton M., Azmi S., Chapman M. 2007. "Responsive Services for People with Learning Disabilities from Minority Ethnic Communities" British Journal of Learning Disabilities. url: http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/doi/abs/10.1111/j.1468-3156.2007.00454.x
issn: 1468-3156 doi: 10.1111/j.1468-3156.2007.00454.x

Caton S.J., Starling S., Burton M., Azmi S., Chapman M. 2004. "Responsive Services for Learning Disabled People from Minority Ethnic Communities" Manchester Metropolitan University. url: http://homepages.phonecoop.coop/markburton/Digest8.pdf
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Research Reports

Goldbart, J and Caton, S (2010) "Communication and People with the Most Complex Needs: What works and why this is essential", Mencap, London.

Burton M., Kagan C.M., Caton S.J. 2001. "Broadening the Boundaries of Collaborative Research" for Manchester Metropolitan University.

Kagan C.M., Caton S.J., Amin A. 2001. "Feasibility Study of a Community Witness Support Scheme" for Manchester Metropolitan University.

Sue Caton

Research Centre

Health, Rehabilitation and Psychology

Department

RIHSC
Birley Building
Birley Fields Campus
53 Bonsall Street
Manchester
M15 6GX

Tel: 0161 2476716

Fax: 0161 2476364

Email: s.caton@mmu.ac.uk

Twitter: @SueCatonMMU