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Report on services for the elderly with mental disability in Scotland
Scottish Health Service Planning Council.
|Other titles||Services for the elderly with mental disability in Scotland.|
|Statement||by a programme planning group of the Scottish Health Service Planning Council and the Advisory Council on Social Work.|
|Contributions||Great Britain. Scottish Education Dept. Advisory Council on Social Work., Great Britain. Scottish Home and Health Dept., Great Britain. Scottish Education Dept.|
|LC Classifications||RC450.S3 S36 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 60 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||80501229|
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Get this from a library. Report on services for the elderly with mental disability in Scotland: a report. [Mental Disorder Programme Planning Group.]. Services for the elderly with mental disorder. Report of a Sub-Committee of the Standing Medical Advisory Committee.
Author(s): SCOTTISH HOME AND HEALTH DEPARTMENT: SCOTTISH HEALTH SERVICES COUNCIL. Book: Services for the elderly with mental disorder. Services for the elderly with mental disorder: Report of a Sub-Committee of the Standing Medical Advisory Committee. by Scotland. Census carried out since by NHS Boards returning data on inpatients in a mental health, learning disability or addiction bed in NHS Scotland on the Census night.
Includes further returns on patients funded by but treated outwith NHS Scotland. A REVIEW OF MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES IN SCOTLAND 8 reduced and varies considerably by region. Suggestions for improvement included focusing upon prevention and intervention, addressing gaps early in crisis responses, and stronger connections between inpatient and community - teams.
Bills and legislation. The main mental health legislation in Scotland is the Mental Health (Care and Treatment) (Scotland) Acta s amended by the Mental Health (Scotland) Act The Act applies to people who have a mental illness, personality disorder or learning disability. This is referred to in the Act as "mental disorder".
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