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Providers' perspectives on factors complicating the culturally sensitive care of individuals with intellectual disabilities.

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Summary of "Providers' perspectives on factors complicating the culturally sensitive care of individuals with intellectual disabilities."

Culturally sensitive care is essential for improving healthcare for ethnic minorities with intellectual disabilities (ID), who require intensive, sometimes lifelong, care and support.

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Name: Research in developmental disabilities
ISSN: 1873-3379
Pages: 103543

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