Supported education

Lloyd, Chris and Tse, Samson (2010). Supported education. In Chris Lloyd (Ed.), Vocational Rehabilitation and Mental Health (pp. 187-200) Chichester, West Sussex, United Kingdom: Blackwell Publishing. doi:10.1002/9781444319736.ch12

Author Lloyd, Chris
Tse, Samson
Title of chapter Supported education
Title of book Vocational Rehabilitation and Mental Health
Place of Publication Chichester, West Sussex, United Kingdom
Publisher Blackwell Publishing
Publication Year 2010
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
DOI 10.1002/9781444319736.ch12
ISBN 9781405192491
Editor Chris Lloyd
Chapter number 12
Start page 187
End page 200
Total pages 14
Total chapters 13
Language eng
Subjects 2700 Medicine
Formatted Abstract/Summary
Many people with mental illness experience a disruption in their educational attainment, which often affects their employability. Supported education is a psychiatric rehabilitation intervention designed to assist people gain a valued role as a student and eventually a worker. This chapter addresses the health ben- efits of education, work delay, barriers to education, young people and mental illness, psychiatric rehabilitation and supported education, the Choose-get-keep programme model, characteristics predicting successful outcomes, and evalua- tion/outcomes. The chapter concludes by examining the features and strategies that practitioners can employ to develop supported education programmes.
Keyword Characteristics predicting successful outcomes
Choose-get-keep model - student and practitioner process using rehabilitation diagnostic, planning and intervention skills
Education and health benefits of education
Effective supported education programme - formulation of policy, needs of population and design
People with early-onset disability - greater difficulties completing school
Psychiatric rehabilitation and supported education
Supported education
Supported education, psychiatric rehabilitation intervention - assisting people gain a valued role as student and worker
Young people and mental illness - deficits, lacking in social resources, problems in interpersonal skills
Q-Index Code B1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status UQ

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