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What I Really, Really Want

What I Really, Really Want r eview Peter Gilbert ‘What I Really, DIRECTOR OF SOCIAL SERVICES, WORCESTERSHIRE Really Want…’ New Directions: Day Services for People with Learning The Nora Fry Research Centre at Bristol is a national Disabilities in the 1990s – A review of the research centre of expertise on learning disability issues and Ken 1999. Ken Simons and Debby Watson, Nora Fry Simons is now one of our foremost writers on user Research Centre, University of Bristol, for the Centre involvement. Teaming up with Brian Sheldon’s Centre for Evidence-Based Social Services, University of for Evidence-Based Social Services, with its direct Exeter partnership with Southern and South Western Social Services Departments, is a very sensible venture. Background Especially so when, as the authors point out, ‘…with hospital resettlement in its final phase, attention has A couple of years ago, I was with a group of people turned to day services’. with learning disabilities, their parents and staff in day services, talking through a proposed change For many, the advent in the 1960/70s of the 100plus- programme to make day services in Staffordshire place centre, with its range of activities, was the more user-focused and more community-orientated. answer to the problem of no provision http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Integrated Care Emerald Publishing

What I Really, Really Want

Journal of Integrated Care , Volume 8 (3): 5 – Jun 1, 2000

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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1476-9018
DOI
10.1108/14769018200000027
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r eview Peter Gilbert ‘What I Really, DIRECTOR OF SOCIAL SERVICES, WORCESTERSHIRE Really Want…’ New Directions: Day Services for People with Learning The Nora Fry Research Centre at Bristol is a national Disabilities in the 1990s – A review of the research centre of expertise on learning disability issues and Ken 1999. Ken Simons and Debby Watson, Nora Fry Simons is now one of our foremost writers on user Research Centre, University of Bristol, for the Centre involvement. Teaming up with Brian Sheldon’s Centre for Evidence-Based Social Services, University of for Evidence-Based Social Services, with its direct Exeter partnership with Southern and South Western Social Services Departments, is a very sensible venture. Background Especially so when, as the authors point out, ‘…with hospital resettlement in its final phase, attention has A couple of years ago, I was with a group of people turned to day services’. with learning disabilities, their parents and staff in day services, talking through a proposed change For many, the advent in the 1960/70s of the 100plus- programme to make day services in Staffordshire place centre, with its range of activities, was the more user-focused and more community-orientated. answer to the problem of no provision

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Journal of Integrated CareEmerald Publishing

Published: Jun 1, 2000

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