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Missed Opportunities: Childhood Learning Disabilities as Early Indicators of Risk among Homeless Adults with Mental Illness in Vancouver, British Columbia
Author(s): Michelle Louise Patterson, Akm Moniruzzaman, Charles James Frankish, Julian M. Somers
Publication Date: 2012
This study examines self-reported learning disabilities (LD) in childhood as predictors of duration of homelessness, mental and substance use disorders, physical health, and service utilisation in a sample of homeless adults with current mental illness (Authors). OBJECTIVES: It is well documented that early-learningproblems and poor academic achievement adversely impact childdevelopment and a wide range of adult outcomes; however, theseindicators...