Easy read information sheets on mental health services in NSW

These easy read information sheets provide information on finding, accessing, and using mental health services in NSW.

They are for people with intellectual disability and those who prefer simple written information.

There are information sheets on topics including

  • Getting help with your mental health
  • The Mental Health Act
  • Rights and rules about mental health treatment
  • Making a complain about mental health care

Resource page for consumers and carers: https://www.3dn.unsw.edu.au/consumers_information
Resource page for health professionals: https://www.3dn.unsw.edu.au/professionals_information

 

Positive Cardiometabolic Health For People With Intellectual Disability

The postcards below can be printed and taken to your doctor. The front side of the postcards contain information for people with an intellectual disability or carers. The back side of each postcard provides information for the doctor about the above resources.

Postcard for people with an ID
Postcard for carers

Please click the links below to access a range of free-to-download resources for clinicians, formal and informal carers and people with an intellectual disability.

If you would like to learn more about the study, please click here.

 

Responsible Psychotropic Prescribing to People with an Intellectual Disability

The Responsible Psychotropic Prescribing to People with an Intellectual Disability Podcasts aim to educate health professionals on safe and effective prescribing practices for the treatment of mental health disorders in people with an intellectual disability.

Responsible psychotropic prescribing to adults with an intellectual disability:

Responsible psychotropic prescribing to children and adolescents with an intellectual disability: