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What does DI stand for?
DI stands for Deinstitutionalization
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- Date Integrity
- Death Index
- Debt Indicator
- Déchets Inertes (French: Inert Waste; nuclear energy)
- Decoder Identification
- Defense Information
- Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Directorate for Analysis (US DoD)
- Defense Investment (various organizations)
- Deflation-Inflation (volcanic tilt event0
- Degree of Integration
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Massachusetts, a 19th century pioneer in the humane treatment of the mentally ill, has come a long way since the ill-fated deinstitutionalization efforts of the past.
A key feature of mental health reform has been the deinstitutionalization of people with serious forms of mental illness from large psychiatric hospitals to various kinds of facilities, including more home-like tertiary care facilities and other forms of supported housing in the community.
Deinstitutionalization has refocused delivery of care to this population over the last several decades from large public institutions to community settings.
Similarly, Hendershott is probably correct to contrast the massive diagnosis of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in white, upper-middle class American school children--now taking drugs for "brain dysfunction"--with the deinstitutionalization of thousands of indigent, mentally ill adults in the 1980s.
The third article (Accordino, Porter & Morse) also addresses broad based and possible policy concerns in describing the history and social reactions to deinstitutionalization of persons with severe mental illness.
``Over the past two decades, deinstitutionalization and limited community-based resources gradually increased the number of severely .
Chapter Nine deals with deinstitutionalization which "refers to direct or indirect restriction and undermining of institutions that could plan for and support productive investment over time" (p.