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Tue 31 Oct 2017, 9:00am–4:30pm

Where: Workzone Building, 1 Nash Street, Perth CBD, Western Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

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Listed by: csadler01

What is the relationship between disabilities and mental health issues?

How do “psycho social” and other types of disabilities interact, and what skills to workers need to identify and support clients with a dual diagnosis?

This one-day workshop explores the relationship between disability and mental health and is ideal for mental health and/or disability support workers and family members seeking a better understanding of dual diagnosis.

People with disabilities can be even more likely to experience mental illness than the general population. Yet, identifying and responding appropriately to mental health issues can often be complex, when the person also has other disabilities.

Content covered includes:

Understanding mental health
Identifying the relationship between psychosocial and other disabilities
Signs and symptoms
Causes and risk factors
Integrated service options
Talking about mental health with clients
Best practices for client support
Links between WA’s mental health and disability sectors
Where to find further information and assistance