A Framework for Learning: For Adults with Profound and Complex Learning Difficulties
David Fulton, 2001 - Education - 144 pages
This book offers carers, practitioners and managers a tried and tested structure for enabling adults with a range of complex needs to develop their individual skills and experience. It also provides a flexible framework which is suitable for specialist colleges and training centers for people with learning difficulties.
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