Commentary : Advocating for advocacy

By: Osgood, Tony.
Series: Tizard Learning Disability Review 22 (4) 2017: 193-197. 2017Subject(s): AUTISM | ADULTS | ADVOCACY | GOVERNMENT POLICY | UNITED KINGDOM | AUSTERITY | MANAGERIALISMOnline resources: Click to read article online IHC Library Members Summary: Examines how austerity and managerialism impact advocacy services and reveals that advocacy is poorly funded and therefore access is limited at a time when advocating for autism is most needed. This is a commentary om the previous article in this issue of Tizard.
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Examines how austerity and managerialism impact advocacy services and reveals that advocacy is poorly funded and therefore access is limited at a time when advocating for autism is most needed. This is a commentary om the previous article in this issue of Tizard.

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