Learning Disability Policy and Practice: Changing Lives? (Interagency Working in Health and Social Care)
By: Valerie Williams (author)Paperback
Highlighting examples of positive, evidence based practice throughout, this book explores the full range of issues in working with people with learning disabilities. It outlines the role of key agencies and professionals, and emphasizes the importance and relevance of partnership working.
VAL WILLIAMS is a Senior Research Fellow at the Norah Fry Research Centre, University of Bristol, UK. She has extensive experience of working in partnership with people with learning disabilities and their organisations, and also of collaboration and support for parents of people with learning disabilities.
Introduction and Overview People with Learning Disabilities Taking a Human Rights Approach to Health Inclusion in Education Partnership with Families Identity, Relationships, Sexuality and Parenting Person-centred Planning for Life Making Decisions about where to Live Getting Good Support to be in Control Citizenship and Inclusion in Communities Promises, Practices and Real Lives References Index
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