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Intellectual disability

Perspectives on delivering health promotion for the intellectual disability population

Individuals with intellectual disabilities are a unique heterogeneous population who require specific health improvement strategies to meet their individual needs (Cooper et al, 2004). Although there...

Urinary incontinence and the impact on migrant individuals with intellectual disability

‘Any person who is moving or has moved across an international border or within a state away from his or her habitual place of residence, regardless of the person's legal status, whether the...

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