Clinical Outcome Data For People With Intellectual Disability And Mental Illness Who Have Utilised The Victorian Dual Disability Service

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Authors: Chad Bennett, David Watkins

Year: 2002

Event: 2002 TheMHS Conference

Subject: book of proceedings, DUAL DISABILITY VICTORIA , Dual Disorders: Intellectual Disability & Mental Illness

Type of resource: Conference Presentations and Papers

Abstract: Over 3 years, routine collection of demographic and clinical data has yielded informative material on certain characteristics and clinical outcomes of a particular consumer group. The group under study has been drawn from referrals taken by The Victorian Dual Disability Service (VDDS) from Victorian public mental health services (AMHS) during the specified period. Using the Health of the Nation Outcome Scales – Learning Disability (LD) and the Clinical Global Improvement Scale (CGI) as measuring instruments pre- and post-intervention and certain demographic material gathered in a clinical-research database, this paper provides an overview of particular characteristics of the sample.

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