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No more, but no less

By: Birrell, Ian.
Series: Special Children 172 2006: 42-45.Publisher: 2006Subject(s): PROFOUND INTELLECTUAL AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | SUPPORT SERVICES | MEDICAL CARE | EXCLUSION | FAMILY ADJUSTMENT | FAMILY STRESS | CHILDRENSummary: Recounts personal experiences of a parent of one of the estimated 50,000 disabled children in Britain. Points out that the life of parents in this situation is made much harder than it needs to be by, inter alia, the battle with bureaucracy, insufficient resources, staff turnover, lack of trust.
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Recounts personal experiences of a parent of one of the estimated 50,000 disabled children in Britain. Points out that the life of parents in this situation is made much harder than it needs to be by, inter alia, the battle with bureaucracy, insufficient resources, staff turnover, lack of trust.

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