Students examine mental health disabilities and developmental disabilities from current, historical and diverse perspectives and develop the skills required to support people who have a dual diagnosis. Using a biopsychosocial approach, students study the nature of dual diagnosis, and investigate the factors that increase the risk of mental illness for people with developmental disabilities, as well as the diagnostic complexities.
Students registering for credit courses for the first time must declare a program at the point of registration. Declaring a program does not necessarily mean students must complete a program, individual courses may be taken for skill improvement and upgrading.
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