Dipali Mantry

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The prevalence, and incidence, of mental ill-health in adults with intellectual disabilities and autism were compared with the whole population with intellectual disabilities, and with controls, matched individually for age, gender, ability-level, and Down syndrome. Although the adults with autism had a higher point prevalence of problem behaviours compared(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine the point prevalence, incidence, and remission over a 2-year period of psychosis in adults with intellectual disabilities, and to investigate demographic and clinical factors hypothesised to be associated with psychosis. METHOD A population-based cohort of adults with intellectual disabilities (n = 1,023) was longitudinally studied.(More)
BACKGROUND The point prevalence of mental ill-health among adults with intellectual disabilities is 40.9%, but its incidence is unknown. AIMS To determine the incidence and possible predictors of mental ill-health. METHOD Prospective cohort study to measure mental ill-health in adults with mild to profound intellectual disabilities. RESULTS Cohort(More)
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