A Different Outlook: Service Users' Perspectives on Conductive Education
This report summarises a study which investigated certain aspects of the circumstances, experiences and perceptions of people who have received services from the Birmingham Institute of Conductive Education.
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The research project on service user perspectives
The characteristics of survey respondents
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