Residential Needs of Severely Disabled Psychiatric Patients (Papers as Presented)
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Residential Needs of Severely Disabled Psychiatric Patients (Papers as Presented)

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Published by Bernan Press .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Disability: social aspects,
  • Housing,
  • Mental health services,
  • Psychiatry,
  • Mental Illness,
  • Psychology

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages112
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10024233M
ISBN 100113214510
ISBN 109780113214518

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and developmental disabilities are highly prevalent. Despite the diversity of the Medicare-and Medicaid-eligible populations with dis-ability, clinicians, advocates, and policy-makers find common elements. People with severe disability generally have ongo-ing predictable baseline needs for support, residential, or LTC services. They have. AltaPointe provides residential care and treatment to adults living with chronic mental illness. Our residential facilities accommodate patients with a wide spectrum of needs based on their levels of functioning, medical needs, and supervision requirements. Mental Health Residential Services. Advantage’s Residential Services program provides housing to individuals with severe and persistent mental illness who need supportive services in order to live as independently as possible. Our goal is to teach you the skills you need to take care of your home and your daily living needs such as health, nutrition, managing your medications, handling your. Additionally, patients and families often receive written material or referral to other information sources, including self-help books and a growing number of online resources. Although patient education remains a useful and expected element of good care, there is evidence that, alone, it is insufficient to change health behaviors. 1.