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Purpose – There is ongoing discussion around how to structure psychiatric services to meet the needs of people with intellectual disability and co‐morbid mental illness and several different models have been suggested. With research evidence lacking, there is a lack of consensus as to the best...
Purpose – The literature on the use of Community Treatment Orders (CTOs) is primarily focused on people without intellectual disabilities. This paper aims to explore how CTOs are used in people with intellectual disability in the UK. Design/methodology/approach – An audit was conducted among...
Purpose – This case study seeks to explore the differences between carer and professional perspectives in the assessment and treatment of a young man with intellectual disabilities, autism and mental health problems. Design/methodology/approach – The opinions and perspectives of psychiatrists...
Purpose – There has been limited evidence on which to base services in the community for people who have intellectual disabilities and coexisting mental health problems. Recent research involving service users, carers and professionals has identified a number of key service components that...
Purpose – This paper describes an ongoing process of engagement with carers of people with intellectual disabilities currently being monitored by an out of area service for both carers of people placed both in area and out of area within a local Mental Health Learning Disabilities team in South...
Purpose – The use of accessible, portable, mental health crisis information in people with intellectual disabilities has not been previously reported. The purpose of this paper is to explore whether crisis information could be modified to be made accessible and meaningful for people with...
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