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How the all fruits salad creates sweeter futures in rural and remote mental health

Lloyd, R.,

Academic Literature

2009

This article sought to explore the outcomes of mixing people with different intellectual disabilities in a singular rehabilitation program. The program involved regular tribe meetings as well as group mentoring. By sharing stories and giving personal feedback on their progress, participants developed skills and confidence in self expression. Overall, mixing people of diverse consciousness, in contexts of trust and safety with each other, can lead to enriching personal acknowledgement and a sense of belonging.

Publication information

Journal/Publication : Australasian Psychiatry

Location : Australasia

Domain/s: Community and civic participation

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