Investing in advocacy for parents with learning disabilities : what is the economic argument?

By: Bauer, Annette.
Contributor(s): Dixon, Josie [author] | Knapp, Martin [author] | Wistow, Gerald [author].
Series: British Journal of Learning Disabilities 43 (1) 2015: 66-74. 2015Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume Subject(s): GREAT BRITAIN | HEALTH CARE | INEQUALITY | PARENTS WITH AN INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | UNITED KINGDOM | COSTS | ADVOCACYSummary: Believes that advocacy can help service users both to understand their rights and choices and also to support them in resolving issues of great significance to their lives. Investigated some of the costs and outcomes of advocacy provided to parents with learning disabilities at risk of having their children taken into care.
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Believes that advocacy can help service users both to understand their rights and choices and also to support them in resolving issues of great significance to their lives. Investigated some of the costs and outcomes of advocacy provided to parents with learning disabilities at risk of having their children taken into care.

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