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Sheffield Development Project on Services for the Mentally Handicapped

Alastair Heron

Sheffield Development Project on Services for the Mentally Handicapped

implementation of the feasibility study recommendations

by Alastair Heron

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Published by Evaluation Research Group, University of Sheffield in Sheffield .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement(by) Alastair Heron and Janet Phillips.
SeriesE.R.G. Reports -- 1
ContributionsPhillips, Janet., Sheffield. University. Evaluation Research Group.
The Physical Object
Pagination9 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19978190M

Current issues in mental retardation and human development; the mentally retarded and their families, a conference on a family-centered approach to providing services to the mentally retarded, Belmont Conference Center, Elkridge, Md., September,   Jaehnig, W. Domiciliary Services for the Mentally Handicapped and Their Families: Beyond “Community Care.” Paper presented at conference on The Mentally Handicapped: An Effective Service, Liverpool, Google ScholarCited by:

  Oddly enough, I found an excellent one sentence summation of the thesis of this book in the next book I picked up, H. W. Koch's The Hitler Youth: Origins and Development (): "Since he [Hitler] never said what he meant by 'nationalism' or by 'socialism' he could be, at least for a time, all things to all men" (p. 41).4/5. Motor Skill Acquisition of the Mentally Handicapped: Issues in Research and Training (Advances in Psychology): Medicine & Health Science Books @ hor: Michael G. Wade.

Asha for Education has supported more than projects in India over the last 26 years – all working towards the mission of ‘Socio-economic equality through the education of underprivileged children‘.. Use the filters below to select the projects based on State, Chapter or current funding status. National Development Group for the Mentally Handicapped (). Day Services for Mentally Handicapped Adults, Pamphlet 5. Sheffield Joint Consultative Committee (). Strategic Planning of Services for the Mentally Handicapped. Sheffield, Evaluation of services and staff training. In: Dobbing J., Clarke A.D.B., Corbett J.A., Hogg J Cited by: 2.


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‘Hilltop’ was the first of the new units completed as part of the Sheffield Development Project for the Mentally Handicapped. This residential place accommodated 24 adult and had three separated houses, each containing 8 people. It was the intention at the time to cater for both sexes.

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Bayley's Ph.D. thesis for the University of Sheffield. It is based on a 5 years' study of mentally handicapped people in Sheffield. Basically it covers all subnormal people recorded in the Sheffield Mental Health Service on 1st September An upper IQ limit of 70 was set for inclusion in the survey and a total of cases for which there Cited by: The first mention was made in Sheffield of the need for an asylum during the foundation of the Sheffield General Infirmary, when it was suggested that a lunatic hospital and a dispensary should be provided in addition to the general wards.

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THE DEVELOPMENT TRUST FOR THE MENTALLY HANDICAPPED (Old Name)THE HFT DEVELOPMENT TRUST (Old Name) Charity Commission Classifications Makes Grants To Organisations, Disability, People With Disabilities Icnpo Classifications Social. Services for People with Learning Disabilities provides a broad review of available services for people with learning disabilities.

It describes the present network of services and explains the NHS and Community Care Act () in terminoloy accessible to health. Services for Mentally Handicapped Persons. The target group is mentally handicapped persons aged 15 or above. The services include. Patient numbers were reduced: some were transferred to the Psychiatric Unit of the Northern General Hospital.

By Middlewood& apos;s Psychiatric Services Management Team was planning the running down of the hospital altogether and the development of a community oriented service for the mentally ill in conjunction with Sheffield City Council.

Coronavirus. The information on this website is likely to have changed due to Coronavirus measures. We have been collecting information here about support that is still on offer, as well as what’s changed. This includes adult mental health services, children and young people’s mental health services and general you would like to speak to someone about available support please.

Sheffield Voices: Sheffield Voices is a self-advocacy group for adults with learning disabilities. The group is part of Disability Sheffield and meets once a week to talk about issues affecting them. For more information contact can be made via the Disability Sheffield office or at In realising such aims one obstacle in the development of services for mentally handicapped people, as for other groups of disabled people, is that responsibility for sheltered housing, as distinct from residential accommodation, is not the responsibility of the personal social services.

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