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Dual Diagnosis: An Information Guide
Lunsky, Yona and Jonathan Weiss
CAMH Publications / Softcover / 2013-01-01 / 1771140291
Developmental Disorders / Consumer/Survivor
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59 pages
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Dual Diagnosis: An Information Guide was developed for the families of people who have developmental disabilites and mental health problems. It provides basic information about dual diagnosis and explains what we know about services and supports and how best to access them. It also suggests ways to take care of yourself while caring for your family member. Contents: What is dual diagnosis? Recognizing dual diagnosis. Treatment. Crisis and emergency. How dual diagnosis affects families. Sefl-care for family members From a family member: "A guide like this gives us very useful information and points us to sources that can answer our questions, or at least provide us with alternatives to consider.

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