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Homework_4.f10 - Jane Hall PSY-P 155 Homework#4 Inclusion...

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Jane Hall PSY-P 155 Homework #4 November 30, 2010 Inclusion, or a state of being included, is difficult for many mentally disordered people. It is especially hard for people with these disorders to understand social propriety and as such they were, at first, simply shunned from society. But with the help of medication psychotherapy, these people with mental disorders can lead relatively normal, happy lives. As we learn more and more about the way the human mind works and what makes these disorders tick, it becomes easier for society to accept those with this disability. To me inclusiong in the community means taking part in various social interactions like football games, hanging out with friends, and being able to communicate effectively with people. Inclusion is double-sided, both sides have to work to maintain a state of incorperation. Society can’t ignore or shun those with mental disorders nor can the mentally disordered isolate themselves from the rest of society. For example, usually those with Autism or Ausberger’s disease have severe social
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