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Services for adults with intellectual disability and mental Illness: Are we getting it right?
Australian e-Journal for the Advancement of Mental Health
There is increasing evidence to support the high prevalence of mental illness in adults with intellectual disability and some studies suggest that the prevalence of mental illness may be higher than that of the general population. It is not uncommon for adults with intellectual disability to be referred to local community mental health centres or psychiatric hospitals because of the presence of challenging behaviours, such as aggression or criminal offending behaviour. Despite the emergingdoi:10.5172/jamh.3.1.24 fatcat:4hji5g2fnbe2nbrq663aflm374