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Learning disability and autism provision in the Mental Health (Scotland) Act 2003: findings from a scoping exercise

Published: 12 Jan 2017
Part of:
Health and social care
ISBN:
9781786527103

Findings to help assess provisions for people with learning disabilities and autism in the Mental Health Act.

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Learning disability and autism provision in the Mental Health (Scotland) Act 2003: findings from a scoping exercise
Acknowledgements

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Acknowledgements

The research for this scoping study was undertaken by Dawn Griesbach (Griesbach & Associates) and overseen by Colin McKay and Alison McRae (both Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland) and Chris Creegan (Scottish Commission for Learning Disability).

Conclusions and recommendations to the Scottish Government (in Chapter 6 of this report) were jointly developed and agreed by Colin McKay, Chris Creegan and Dawn Griesbach.

We would like to thank the following individuals for their assistance with this work: Lorne Berkley, Oonagh Brown, Karin Dowell, Jacki Gordon, Sarah McLuckie, Andy Miller, Alison Platts, Catriona Rowley, Claire Stuart, Susan Tait, Kathleen Taylor, Lily Waterton and Jamie Wilson.

We also give our sincere thanks to everyone who contributed their views, as survey respondents, interviewees or workshop participants.


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