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Developing a Profile of Survivors of Abuse in Irish Religious Institutions (2010)- Mary Higgins/St Stephens Green Trust

Developing a Profile of Survivors of Abuse in Irish Religious Institutions (2010)- Mary Higgins/St Stephens Green Trust

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Research evidence indicates a clear causal link between
institutional abuse and psychological and mental
health problems in later life including anxiety, stress
and depression, difficulties in maintaining relationships,
addiction and anti social or criminal behaviour
Research evidence indicates a clear causal link between
institutional abuse and psychological and mental
health problems in later life including anxiety, stress
and depression, difficulties in maintaining relationships,
addiction and anti social or criminal behaviour

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developing a 
 
profile
 
of survivors of abusein irish religious institutions
 a report bY MarY higginsfor st. stephens green trustoCtober 2010
 
Based on the inormation that emerged romthe study the ollowing recommendations are made:Support interventions or the most marginal and challengingPromote appropriate nursing care in older lieImprove awareness o the eects o institutional abuseSt. Stephen’s Green Trust is a grant giving organisation which supportsorganisations working in Ireland to improve the lives o people who areaected by poverty, disadvantage and social exclusion. The Trust was setup in 1992 by a Dutch philanthropic amily, which operates worldwide. Since2003, it has had three urther sources o unding, all religious orders whichsold property, some o the proceeds being gited to the Trust to assist it in itsmission. They are the Daughters o the Cross o Liege,the Discalced Carmelites and the Oblate Fathers.
 
 developing a profile of survivors of abuse in irish religious institutions
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a report or st.stephen’s green trust
Executive Summary 
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Section one:
Introduction 51.1 Background 51.2 Aims and approach 51.3 Limitations 6
Section two:
Findings 72.1 Introduction 82.2 Eects o abuse 82.3 Prole o survivors presenting to CICA 9
 
 2.3.1 Socio economic profle 102.3.2 Needs and issues 11
2.4 In-depth study 11 
 2.4.1 Socioeconomic circumstances 122.4.2 Experience o abuse 122.4.3 Needs and issues 12
2.5 Key Inormants 13
Section Three:
Summary and Recommendations 153.1 Summary o ndings 153.2 Recommendations 15 
1. Support interventions or the most marginal and challenging 182. Promote appropriate nursing care in older lie 193. Improve awareness o the eects o institutional abuse 19
Bibliography 21Appendix: Key Inormants 22
 
developing a 
 
profile
 
of survivors of abusein irish religious institutions

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