mentally ill


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mentally ill

adjective bereft of reason, certifiable, delirious, demented, deranged, disabled, disordered, frenetic, frenzied, hysterical, incoherent, maniacal, manic, mental, mennally deranged, neurotic, of unsound mind, paranoiac, phobic, psychotic, raving, suffering with schizophrenia, unsound
Associated concepts: insanity
See also: lunatic, non compos mentis
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The dollar cost of this liberal vision of deinstitutionalization of mentally ill people is a relatively small part of the burden placed on society.
The biggest problem in treating mentally ill patients is to rehabilitate them and to provide free medicines to really poor patients who can't afford it.
Keywords: age, attitude, gender, interaction, mentally ill individuals, mental illness, university students, stigma, treatment.
The mentally ill person who had a bamboo stick then hit the guard on the head prompting him to grab the stick from her and shoo her down the ramp, Magalona added.
b) through internships in services for the mentally ill (individual internship in services Fokus MladEi Boleslav in the region of residence interns internship in model group services in the capital city of Prague, group placement services for the mentally ill in the Netherlands and Finland).
Clements Unit, which is not a psychiatric facility, but houses 1,800 mentally ill inmates among a population of 3,500, is in that group, according to Texas Department of Criminal Justice data.
They are subjecting them to inappropriate tests which they are likely to fail and then reducing the financial support the mentally ill desperately need.
Dammasch State Hospital in Salem, which housed mentally ill patients from 1961 to its closure in 1995, goes by Dammansky Hospital.
How can we give an authorized weapon to a mentally ill person to kill citizens?
This man's relationship to both his cigarettes and the tobacco industry, though it goes against the trend of growing public awareness of the physical health hazards of smoking, is representative of letters written by mentally ill consumers to the tobacco industry over the last several decades.
The mistake here is the implication that all mentally ill patients, discharged from hospital, pose a potential threat to the public at large.
Nobody cares that the mentally ill have to pay more tax than anybody else.