Developing and Managing High Quality Services for People with Learning Disabilities
Provides an account of the ways in which agencies across health and social services can work beyond traditional boundaries to provide effective services for people with learning difficulties. This text is written by the practioners who have developed, implemented and managed this service - it contains guidance on how such a position can be achieved to the benefit of all involved.
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