PART I

The International Conference Barcelona Down have brought together twenty experts who have tackled the million mental health of people with intellectual disabilities.

Wednesday, October 21, 2020:

00:02:44 – Presenter, Júlia Reiffs
00:02:4400:33:40 – Opening ceremony
00:03:4800:12:05 – Mr. Joan Ramon Riera, Councilior for Children, Youth, Seniors and People with Disabilities of the Barcelona City Council. President of the Municipal Institute of People with Disabilities.
00:12:2600:19:37 – Dra. Ana Ma Pérez del Campo, Deputy Director General of Health Planning of the Department of Health of the Generalitat de Catalunya.
00:20:0500:33:40 – Ms. Katy Trias, Fundació Catalana Síndrome de Down (FCSD) general director.
00:33:5000:34:10 – Presenter, Júlia Reiffs
00:34:501:24:20 – Inaugural conference
00:34:5000:43:44 – Dr. Juan Fortea, neurologist at the Hospital de la Santa Creu i de Sant Pau.
00:44:101:24:20 – Dr. André Strydom, Professor of Intellectual Disabilities at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience at King’s College London. mental disorders in youth and adults with Down syndrome.
1:24:201:25:25 – Presenter, Júlia Reiffs
1:25:321:35:25 – Posters
1:35:261:38:35 – theatrical videos
1:38:361:39:04 – Presenter, Júlia Reiffs
1:39:092:55:55 – Table 1: Prevention strategies
1:39:091:47:00 – Techniques and support services that improve people’s quality of life. Mr. Pep Ruf, FCSD Adult Area technical director.
1:47:042:21:55 – Positive behavioral support. A new approach to treating problem behaviors. Mr. Josep Font, pedagogue and director of the Estel Special Education Center until de 2015-2016 academic year.
2:22:102:45:30 – Personal assistence as a preventive and favorable strategy for the emotional well-being of the person. Ms. Maribel Perucha, psychologist at the Aprocor Foundation.
2:56:002:56:11 – Presenter, Júlia Reiffs
2:56:173:05:36 – Posters
3:05:373:08:10 – theatrical videos
3:08:113:08:30 – Presenter, Júlia Reiffs
3:08:344:19:55 – Table 2: Main mental disorders in people with ID and/or Down Syndrome. Prevalences and treatments.
3:08:343:12:20 – Importance of emotional attention. Dr. Ignasi Bardés, deputy director of the Healthcare Department of the Catalan Health Service.
3:12:253:40:30 – Main psychiatric disorders in Down syndrome: Prevention, diagnosis and treatment. Mrs. Beatriz Garvía, clinical psychologist of the CMBD and SAT of the FCSD.
3:41:104:07:34 – Intellectual disability and mental disorders: Myth or reality? Dr. Mariona Adrover, psychiatrist at the Swansea Bay University Health Board (SBUHB).
4:19:55– Final – Presenter, Júlia Reiffs.

PART II

The International Conference Barcelona Down have brought together twenty experts who have tackled the million mental health of people with intellectual disabilities.

Thursday, October 22, 2020:

00:01:40 – Presenter, Júlia Reiffs
00:01:401:06:18 – Table 3: Therapeutic approaches to mental disorders.
00:01:4000:08:22 – Importance of individual and group psychotherapy. Mrs. Beatriz Garvía, clinical psychologist of the CMBD and SAT of the FCSD.
00:08:3500:36:45 – Functions of the psychologist in SESMDI. Mr. Jordi Rosàs, psychologist at the Specialized Service for Mental Health and Intellectual Disability (SESMDI), Barcelona.
00:38:0500:59:11 – Stage therapy with people with intellectual disabilities. Dr. Víctor Cabré, psychologist and director of the Department of Teaching at the Vidal i Barraquer University Institute of Mental Health at the Ramon Llull University.
1:06:281:06:54 – Presenter, Júlia Reiffs
1:06:581:16:43 – Posters
1:16:441:20:20 – Theatrical videos
1:20:311:20:45 – Presenter, Júlia Reiffs
1:20:532:07:47 – Table 4: Undestanding mental health from an evolutionary perspective within the family framework.
1:20:531:27:40 – Dra. Marta Golanó, clinical psychologist at the Center for Child Development and Early Attention  (CDIAP) FCSD.
1:27:451:44:42 – Intervention in parental reflective functioning: A group proposal for prevention in mental health. Mrs. Elena Picanyol, CDIAP FCSD psychologist.
1:45:422:01:02 – Family and professionals in the construction of mental health: A shared process. Mrs. Núria Ferrer, coordinator of the Family Attention Service of the FCSD.
2:07:582:08:21 – Presenter, Júlia Reiffs
2:08:272:14:38 – Posters
2:14:392:19:05 – Theatrical videos
2:19:102:20:54 – Presenter, Júlia Reiffs
2:21:163:07:26 – Montserrat Trueta Human Rights Assembly conference
3:07:363:07:56 – Presenter, Júlia Reiffs
3:08:104:13:36 – Closing act and conference
3:08:103:08:54 – Mr. Jaume Garcia, director of the FCSD Health and Family area.
3:08:544:11:33 – Mental Health Services for people with disabilities, Is an equitable model possible? Experience from an Intellectual Disability Health Service in Wales, UK. Dra. Mariona Adrover, psychiatrist at the Swansea Bay University Health Board (SBUHB).
4:13:48-Final – Presenter, Júlia Reiffs

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