Schizophrenia Ireland: Lucia Foundation: annual report, 2006.
|dc.contributor.author||Schizophrenia Ireland. Lucia Foundation.|
|dc.identifier.citation||Schizophrenia Ireland. Lucia Ireland. 2007. Schizophrenia Ireland: Lucia Foundation: annual report, 2006. Dublin: Schizophrenia Ireland. Lucia Foundation.||en|
|dc.description||People with severe enduring mental illness should at all times be accorded the rights. entitlement and opportunities available to any other member of society on an equal basis, and should be empowered to participate in the life of the community to the fullest possible extent; Families and carers, the majority of whom are the primary providers of mental healthcare in the community should be accorded full recognition and support by the institutions of the State, and be empowered to address their own needs; A history of mental illness should not be a cause of discrimination, stigmatisation or prejudice in any form, nor should it inhibit the individual's right of equal access to training, education and employment/opportunities; We should foster a partnership and collaborative approach with all relevant agencies.||en|
|dc.publisher||Schizophenia Ireland. Lucia Foundation.||en|
|dc.subject||MENTAL AND BEHAVIOURAL DISORDER||en|
|dc.title||Schizophrenia Ireland: Lucia Foundation: annual report, 2006.||en|