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Tuning in to young people with intellectual disabilities : respectful vocational services

By: Espiner, Deborah Ann.
Contributor(s): Hartnett, Frances Margaret.
Series: Research and Practice in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities 4 (1) July 2017: 69-79. 2017Subject(s): INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | YOUTH | VOCATIONAL SERVICES | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click to read article online IHC Library Members Summary: In 2000 the New Zealand Government's Ministry of Health conducted a formal review of vocational services for people with disabilities that highlighted a number of shortcomings. Subsequently a “clean sheet” approach by the Office for Disability Issues to offer vocational services that provided greater choice and control was called for. These directives motivated the organisation that is the focus of this study to develop a specifically youth-focused service for young people with intellectual disabilities. Discusses the outcomes to date.
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In 2000 the New Zealand Government's Ministry of Health conducted a formal review of vocational services for people with disabilities that highlighted a number of shortcomings. Subsequently a “clean sheet” approach by the Office for Disability Issues to offer vocational services that provided greater choice and control was called for. These directives motivated the organisation that is the focus of this study to develop a specifically youth-focused service for young people with intellectual disabilities. Discusses the outcomes to date.

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