Practitioner 2009;253(1714):17

Learning difficulties common in the homeless

01 Jan 2009Pais-up subscribers

GPs should be aware that there is increased risk of becoming homeless for those with learning disabilities, and that a significant proportion of the homeless patients they see will have intellectual disability. Health information and advice for the homeless should be provided in an accessible way, potentially supported by appropriate written and visual information.

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