Ward, Linda
October 2004
Research Matters;Oct2004-Apr2005, Issue 18, p25
Focuses on the Strategies for Change, a research project funded by the Department of Health at the Norah Fry Research Center, University of Bristol, England for the development of support services for people with learning difficulties. Questions posed by the project; Seminars conducted regarding the implementation on the project; Significance of the involvement of people with learning disabilities and carers in the program.


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