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Anti-psychotic drugs designed to treat mental illness are being used to manage challenging behaviour

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Intellectual disability is characterised by impairment in cognition (intellect) and difficulties in day-to-day life skills. It is fixed and lifelong, although with the right support most people with intellectual disability can lead active and fulfilling lives, writes Dr Rory Sheehan (UCL Psychiatry) in The Conversation.

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