The implementation of the All-Wales Mental Handicap Strategy.

By: Beyer, Stephen.
Contributor(s): Felce, David | Todd, Stuart.
Series: Mental Handicap Research 4 (2) 1991: 115-140.Publisher: 1991Subject(s): COMMUNITY SERVICES | INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | POLICY | WALESSummary: In 1983 the All-Wales Mental Handicap strategy was considered to be a forward looking policy designed to deliver a range of community services to people with intellectual handicaps and their families. This article describes the way mechanisms for implementation of the strategy have been revised during the first five years of operation and the anticipation of an acceleration of service development in designated core areas over the next five years.
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In 1983 the All-Wales Mental Handicap strategy was considered to be a forward looking policy designed to deliver a range of community services to people with intellectual handicaps and their families. This article describes the way mechanisms for implementation of the strategy have been revised during the first five years of operation and the anticipation of an acceleration of service development in designated core areas over the next five years.

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