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After Care.”

  • Rev. H. Hawkins (a1)
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The “After-Care,” that is, of poor and friendless female convalescents on leaving asylums for the insane. That out of about 59,000 pauper patients estimated to be inmates of lunatic asylums and other institutions,* there should be many, both male and female, who, on attaining convalescence, require further assistance to enable them to resume life's duties, with fair prospect of success, would reasonably be expected.

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* Dr. D. Hack Tuke, “Insanity and its Prevention,” p. 131.

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After Care.”

  • Rev. H. Hawkins (a1)
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