Mental health and intellectual disabilities in Europe

Mental health and intellectual disabilities in Europe

Meeting the mental health needs of people with intellectual disabilities is a challenge to any health care system. In this ebook, various models of care from six countries in Europe are described with the aim of learning from each other. The contributors provide insights from their personal clinical and academic backgrounds often making reference to the work of colleagues in other countries demonstrating the awareness of how other models of practice can inform local practice and policy.

Awareness and Accessibility of the Dutch mental health care system for people with borderline intellectual functioning or mild intellectual disabilities,Guest editorial,Mental health services for adolescents and adults with intellectual disabilities in Norway: A descriptive study,Mental health services for people with intellectual disability in Ireland: evidence, barriers and opportunities,Mental Health Services for People with Intellectual Disability in the United Kingdom,The health and social care of people with disabilities in Germany,The Swiss mental healthcare system for people with intellectual disabilities

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