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Ofﬁce of the Deputy Prime Minister (2004) Mental Health and Social Exclusion: Social Exclusion Unit Report. London: HMSO. Ormston C (1999) The National Service Framework for mental health: worth waiting for? Occupational Therapy News, 7(12), 10–12. Ormston C (2006) The underlying value base for occupational therapy practice – a constant in a changing environment. Mental Health Occupational Therapy, 11(3), 102–103. indd 28 11/7/2007 4:39:21 PM Changing face of occupational therapy 29 Rebeiro Gruhl KL (2005) Reﬂections on the recovery paradigm: should occupational therapists be interested?
This situation can be compounded by mental illness. The Social Exclusion Unit (Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, 2004) indicates that refugees and minority ethnic groups with a mental illness are the most excluded people in the UK. Thus, the promotion of social inclusion in enabling individuals to participate fully in society, enjoying the same opportunities and engaging in daily activities of their choice, becomes an impossible dream. This is reinforced by Smith (2005), who highlights the shortage of social capital, opportunities and resources required to support the educational, health and social needs of these groups.
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