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Looking After People with Intellectual Disabilities

Recently we have been looking at some of the issues surrounding the care and treatment for people with intellectual disabilities.

Margot Brunelle brought us a story about the difficulty finding appropriate housing for people who often display aggressive behaviour.

But there is another problem; even in the facilties that exist, the level of training for people who work there may not be meeting their clients' needs.

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