Nirbhay Singh, Peter Langdon, Yona Lunsky, Kevin Douglas, David Hingsburger and more...
CAMH Forensic Dual Diagnosis Specialty Service
CAMH's Forensic Dual Diagnosis Specialty Service is pleased to present a conference to promote knowledge sharing between the developmental and mental health sectors in the support of adults with developmental disabilities that have come into contact with the criminal justice and forensic mental health systems.
The Honourable Minister of Health and Long-term Care, Christine Elliott
The Honourable Minister of Children, Community and Social Services, Lisa MacLeod
Ontario Ombudsman, Mr. Paul Dubé - Institutionalization by Default, Where Are We Now?
Dr. Nirbhay Singh Augusta University - Mindfulness-Based Positive Behavioural Supports; Mindfulness-Based Approaches for Staff Who Support Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Dr. Peter Langdon, University of Kent - Measuring outcomes form forensic hospitals for people with intellectual disabilities; Talking psychological therapies for people with intellectual disabilities - continuing challenges
Dr. Yona Lunsky, CAMH/ HCARDD - Addressing the Overmedication Problem in Developmental Disabilities
Dr. Kevin Douglas, Protect International - Applications of the HCR-20 for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities
Dr. Elizabeth Lin, Dr. Fiona Kouyoumdijan, Dr. Flora Matheson & Dr. Anna Durbin | Chaired by Dr. Yona Lunsky - PANEL: Adults with Developmental Disabilities in Correctional Facilities and Forensic Settings in Ontario
Dr. Margaret Reid & Lisa Orsi - Substance Use Disorders and Dual Diagnosis
David Hingsburger, Vita Community Living - Sexuality and Sexual Offending in Developmental Disability
Sandy Stemp, Reena - Dual Diagnosis & Aging
Dr. Sylvain Roy, Ontario Psychological Association - Homelessness and Developmental Disability
Dr. Jamie MacDougall, Centre for Rehabilitation Research and Development, TOH - Deaf People in the Forensic Mental Health System: Issues and Challenges