Accompaniment without paternalisms

A more visible intellectual disability might awaken more paternalism, a more protective instinct. In front of a severe mental illness, the stigma changes. If we get together intellectual disability and mental illness, we can call it "double stigma". The professional team that works at Santa Anna residence in Parc Sanitari, where these profiled people are attended, work with the accompaniment and the individual support as of the needs of each one of them. Marc Collet psychologist at Santa Anna residence in Parc Sanitari explains it to us.

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