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It defines Disability as “any physical, sensory, neurological, cognitive or psychiatric condition that has an impact on a person’s lifestyle and or everyday functioning.” (...) In Eswatini, government hospitals provide services for people diagnosed with ASD which include occupational therapy and speech therapy for low fees. Occupational Therapy Occupational Therapists (OTs) can work in many areas of practice; their schedules can be flexible, and they can work for themselves, which means they can go to schools, in homes, and out in the community with children with autism. (...) When taking care of a child with ASD, the best way is to take a whole-child, holistic route that includes various forms of treatment. Occupational therapy, physical therapy, and speech therapy are all examples of service-related treatments that children with ASD can access in Eswatini.
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Score: 1816296.3 - https://www.unicef.org/eswatin...nding-autism-spectrum-disorder
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The Clinic conducts assessment and offers individual counselling, group therapy, medication, vocational skills training and peer support groups for service users and their families. Talk therapy, family therapy and mindfulness are all used. (...) An unpublished 2020 qualitative evaluation of 20 people visiting the Clinic indicated positive results. The art therapy and group therapy sessions were seen to be particularly valuable.
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Score: 1794921.7 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...-using-a-rights-based-approach
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Conversion therapy currently happens in a multitude of countries, in all regions of the world. In 2012, the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) noted that “conversion therapies” had no medical justification and represented a severe threat to the health and human rights of the affected persons, and in 2016, the World Psychiatric Association found that “there is no sound scientific evidence that innate sexual orientation can be changed”. (...) WHAT ARE THE CONSEQUENCES OF “CONVERSION THERAPY” PRACTICES? The methods and means commonly utilized to implement practices of “conversion therapy” lead to psychological and physical pain and suffering.
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Score: 1740775.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...on/ConversionTherapyReport.pdf
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Conversion therapy currently happens in a multitude of countries, in all regions of the world. In 2012, the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) noted that “conversion therapies” had no medical justification and represented a severe threat to the health and human rights of the affected persons, and in 2016, the World Psychiatric Association found that “there is no sound scientific evidence that innate sexual orientation can be changed”. (...) WHAT ARE THE CONSEQUENCES OF “CONVERSION THERAPY” PRACTICES? The methods and means commonly utilized to implement practices of “conversion therapy” lead to psychological and physical pain and suffering.
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Score: 1740775.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...es/ConversionTherapyReport.pdf
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School psychologists moderate school discussions and make recommendations on the need for support or therapy. If children and young people are supported by different professionals, they can take over the coordination. In compliance with official and professional secrecy as well as data protection, the school psychologists work together with other specialists: School curative education, speech therapy, (school) social work, pediatric and youth psychiatric practices or services, school medical service.
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Score: 1735812.9 - https://publicadministration.u...nt/Compendium/CompendiumID/614
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“Practices of conversion therapy are not only ineffective, but they can also be extremely harmful. (...) State officials, such as judges or police officers, may order “conversion therapy”, even when not explicitly stipulated by law. (...) In 2012, the Pan American Health Organization noted that ‘conversion therapies’ had no medical justification and represented a severe threat to the health and human rights of victims, and in 2016, the World Psychiatric Association found that “there is no sound scientific evidence that innate sexual orientation can be changed.”
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Score: 1734655.7 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/stori...hould-be-banned-says-un-expert
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School psychologists moderate school discussions and make recommendations on the need for support or therapy. If children and young people are supported by different professionals, they can take over the coordination. In compliance with official and professional secrecy as well as data protection, the school psychologists work together with other specialists: School curative education, speech therapy, (school) social work, pediatric and youth psychiatric practices or services, school medical service.
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Score: 1706270 - https://publicadministration.u...nt/Compendium/CompendiumID/614
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Fr. 17.50 per session occupational therapy (ergotherapy), diathermy, ultrasounds, infrared, hydrotherapy, inhalations, fangotherapy. (...) Acupuncture and mesotherapeutic treatments for functional rehabilitation performed by the treating physician are reimbursed under the same conditions as for functional rehabilitation treatments. 18. Psychiatric treatments a) Psychiatric or medico-psychological examination 20% once per year b) Psychotherapy: i) Inpatient treatments: - Hospital charges Same as item 3 - Treatment by members of the hospital staff 20% - Treatment by a specialist who is not member of the hospital staff: 20% max. Fr. 27.50 per for psychotherapy session ii) Outpatient treatments or day hospital consultations: Outpatient treatment given by a psychiatric doctor or prescribed and provided by an approved psychotherapist: - for psychotherapy 20% max.
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Score: 1694426.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/careers..._UNIQA_Prestations_2020-en.pdf
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No medical procedures, including sex reassignment surgery, sterilization or hormone therapy, are requisites to the administrative procedure. (...) Furthermore, an open letter, signed by more than 250 psychologists, was addressed the Portuguese Association of Psychologists, requesting an investigation of the professionals who practiced conversion therapies. The Portuguese Society of Clinical Sexology also issued a Statement on sexual orientation conversion therapies stressing that non-heterosexual sexual orientation is not a disease, disorder, or clinical syndrome[footnoteRef:9]. [6: https://tvi24.iol.pt/sociedade/programa-ana-leal/ana-leal-grupo-secreto-quer-curar-homossexuais] [7: https://www.ordemdospsicologos.pt/pt/noticia/2454] [8: In 2015, the Portuguese Psychologists Association established the Working Group with LGBT People, which produced the Guidelines for Psychological Intervention with LGBT People (2017), available at https://www.ordemdospsicologos.pt/ficheiros/documentos/guidelines_opp_lgbt_marco_2017.pdf] [9: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/19317611.2019.1642280 ] · The Commission for Citizenship and Gender Equality, the official mechanism responsible for the implementation of the public policies designed to promote gender equality in the country, transmitted to the Portuguese Ombudsman that, to the present date, no complaints had been presented with regard to conversion therapies. · ILGA Portugal communicated that no specific complaints on conversion therapies had been received. (...) It revealed that in 11 % of medical appointments and psychotherapy consultations within the National Health Service to LBG persons it was suggested that homosexuality was a disease and could be cured https://ilga-portugal.pt/ficheiros/pdfs/igualdadenasaude.pdf] · The non-governmental associations “Associação Plano I”[footnoteRef:11] and “Casa Qui”[footnoteRef:12] also informed that, although there were no direct complaints on conversion therapies, this is an issue of concern. [11: https://www.associacaoplanoi.org/] [12: https://www.casa-qui.pt/] · The Portuguese Ombudsman did not receive complaints related to conversion therapies.
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Score: 1688330 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...called_conversion_therapy.docx
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“The psychologist gathered all the children and took them to the bus, where she resorted to fairy tale therapy. She began to tell them: ‘now our bus is turning into a spaceship and going to intergalactic space.’ (...) “It deviates from our approach to psychiatric examination which requires a long time for establishing a diagnosis. (...) Liliya willingly confirms the trainer’s words: “The speakers gave us up-to-date information on psychiatric care. Everything was structured, the presentation was accessible!
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Score: 1681784.8 - https://www.unicef.org/kazakhs...id-emergencies-new-perspective
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