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Digital Mental Health Interventions Show Potential Benefits for Adults With Intellectual Disability

Given the right opportunity, digital mental health interventions (DMHI) have the potential to support adults with intellectual disabilities in addition to in-person therapy, according to a review.


“This systematic review was carried out to identify and collate the views and experiences of people with intellectual disabilities about accessing digital mental health interventions,” wrote the authors of this review. “Narratives reflected themes relating to participants’ experience using technology, types of relationships fostered during digitally assisted therapy, and the psychological benefits of engaging in DMHI.”





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