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Click here for a copy of our latest Journal Edition. Volume 10, Issue 1, 2019.



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Guidelines on Pathways to Care

A guide for parents and carers: Guidelines on Pathways to Care for children and adolescents with intellectual disability and challenging behaviour and/or mental health problems.  

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Devlopmental Psychiatry Clinic Evaluation

The Developmental Psychiatry Clinic has been evaluated by the Centre for Disability Studies. Access the document by clicking on the image below.

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Excutive Summary

View the executive summary of the "Leading the Way in Mental Health and Intellectual Disability" needs analysis report here.


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Volume 7 Issue 3/4 now available

The latest Journal of Mental Health for Children and Young People with Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities is now available. Highlights include:

  • The Future of Our Children’s Mind, Spirit and Soul: Will the digital revolution destroy them or can schools grow them? by David Dossetor
  • Notes from the 19th Society for the Study of Behavioural Phenotypes (SSBP) International Research Symposium by Peter Wurth
  • The Medicine Cabinet: Atomoxetine by Judy Longworth
  • Addressing cardiometabolic risk factors in people with an intellectual disability by Jessica Walsh, Professor Katherine Samaras and Professor Julian Trollor
  • The 15th World Congress of the International Association for the Study of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IASSID) by David Dossetor
  • IASSID Symposium on Quality of Life in Children with Intellectual Disability by Donna White
  • A report on the inaugural meeting of the Bowral Mental Health Intellectual Disability Professionals Network
  • Resource Spotlight: Carer Checklist by Carers Australia
  • KidsQuit