Cabbage Syndrome: The Social Construction of Dependence
An empirical study which describes and evaluates the role of day centres with regards to young people with physical impairments aged between 16 and 30. The author evaluates the interaction between users and staff within the day centre environment.
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The Emergence of Day Centre Provision for the Younger Physically Impaired
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The Contact Users
Participation and Control
Integration into the Community
Leisure and Social Activities of the Contact Users Outside
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