National Roundtable on the Mental Health of People with Intellectual Disability 2013: Communiqué
The National Roundtable on the Mental Health of People with Intellectual Disability, held on 22 May 2013, brought together 95 participants from a range of key backgrounds to discuss the critical issues and to identify the policy settings and priority areas for practical reform able to deliver real improvements to prevention, early intervention and mental health care for people with intellectual disability.
Roundtable participants considered and supported eight key elements of an effective system of mental health care for people with intellectual disability. These elements are set out in this communiqué.
National Roundtable on the mental health of people with intellectual disability: Background Paper
A background paper prepared by CID to set the scene for the National Roundtable on the Mental Health…
Getting Around to Inclusion
How do we make mainstream services more accessible and responsive to people with intellectual disability?