People with the dual diagnosis of mental illness and mental retardation have proved difficult to resettle from hospital. Yet there is considerable evidence that, if diagnosed correctly, treatment for such patients can be effective (e.g. Matson, 1981; Welch ft Sigman, 1980). This paper describes the outcome of treatment at a specialist unit for patients with dual diagnosis.
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