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3DN has a diverse research program which spans clinical neurosciences, data linkage, policy analysis, service evaluation, ageing and dementia in ID and the criminal justice system. We also lead the ID and Dementia work undertaken in collaboration with the Dementia Collaborative Research Centres (DCRC), and the Inflammation, cardiovascular and metabolic risk factor work undertaken within the Centre for Health Brain Ageing (CHeBA).
Please click here to see 3DN's current research and projects.
The Guide is a national framework of understanding and action for frontline mental health service providers with respect to people with an intellectual disability. It provides an overview of intellectual disability mental health, why accessible services are important, the principles that should guide service delivery, practical strategies for inclusive and accessible services, and the implications for the service system. The Guide was developed in consultation with key national stakeholders, and was funded by the Australian Government Department of Health.
The Guide will assist health services in providing equitable access, a skilled workforce and appropriate treatment to people with an intellectual disability and a mental disorder.
The intended audience for The Guide includes all mental health professionals and organisations which treat people with an intellectual disability and co-occurring mental disorders including those who work within:
The e-Learning site www.idhealtheducation.edu.au is an interactive education resource for everyone with an interest in intellectual disability mental health. This site is the result of a collaboration between the Department of Developmental Disability Neuropsychiatry, the NSW Department of Family and Community Services (Ageing, Disability and Home Care), and the NSW Ministry of Health.
The idea for this resource grew out of a series of local workshops run by 3DN and the content was developed by a team of medical, mental and allied health professionals. The team has clinical, administrative and research experience and represents the health, welfare and disability sectors. People with an intellectual disability also had a role in developing content for the site, as you will see when you progress through the modules.
Please click here for more information.