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Equitable access to wellbeing Te Pou

Contributor(s): Te Pou.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Te Pou, 2022Description: electronic document (104 pages) ; PDF & Word files.Subject(s): ADDICTION SERVICES | AUTISM | DISABLED PEOPLE | DISABILITY | HAUORA HINENGARO | MĀORI | MENTAL HEALTH | PEOPLE WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES | RONGOĀ WHAKAIRANGI | SUBSTANCE ABUSE | SUPPORT SERVICES | TĀNGATA WHAIKAHA | TOKO I TE ORA | WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online Summary: A shared framework for the disability and mental health and addiction workforces providing support for autistic people and people with learning disability who experience mental distress and addiction. This framework is primarily to support the disability and mental health and addiction workforces. It sets out values, knowledge and skills needed by the health and disability workforces to support health and wellbeing for autistic people and people with learning disability and who experience mental distress and addiction, all of which may or may not be formally diagnosed. The framework has been developed collaboratively by people with lived experience and workforce stakeholders. (From the document). Record #7901
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A shared framework for the disability and mental health
and addiction workforces providing support for autistic people and people with learning disability who experience mental distress and addiction.

This framework is primarily to support the disability and mental health and addiction workforces. It sets out values, knowledge and skills needed by the health and disability workforces to support health and wellbeing for autistic people and people
with learning disability and who experience mental distress and addiction, all of which may or may not be formally diagnosed. The framework has been developed collaboratively by people with lived experience and workforce stakeholders. (From the document). Record #7901

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