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FSD2713 Community-based Mental Health Rehabilitation of Young Adults 2010-2012: Client Interviews

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Authors

  • Juhila, Kirsi (University of Tampere. School of Social Sciences and Humanities)
  • G√ľnther, Kirsi (University of Tampere. School of Social Sciences and Humanities)
  • Kaartamo, Riina (University of Tampere. School of Social Sciences and Humanities)
  • Kulmala, Anna (University of Tampere. School of Social Sciences and Humanities)
  • Raitakari, Suvi (University of Tampere. School of Social Sciences and Humanities)
  • Saario, Sirpa (University of Tampere. School of Social Sciences and Humanities)

Keywords

care in the community, everyday life, life histories, mental disorders, mental health, mentally ill, psychiatry, social care, social support, youth

Abstract

The data consist of transcriptions of 25 interviews conducted in Finland. The interviewees were young adults with serious mental disorders that had only started recently and who were participating in an outpatient rehabilitation programme. Main topics of the theme interviews were 1) life histories of the young participants - focusing particularly on where they had lived and contacts with the service system, 2) impact of their illness on their everyday life, people important to them, and their views on the rehabilitation programme and 3) expectations of and plans for the future, and what other people seemed to expect of them.

Background variables included the respondent's gender, age, and the number of the rehabilitation programme. The interviews lasted from half-an-hour to one hour and took place towards the end of the rehabilitation period. The data have been anonymised.

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