The Mental Health of British Adults with Intellectual Impairments Living in General Households
People with intellectual disability or borderline intellectual functioning may have poorer mental health than their peers. The present authors sought to (i) estimate the risk of poorer mental health among British adults with and without intellectual impairments and (ii) estimate the extent to which any between‐group differences in mental health may reflect between‐group differences in rates of exposure to common social determinants of poorer health.
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