The same as you? 200-2012 health outcomes evaluation report

L. Allan, J. Brown, Michael Brown, T. Stevenson

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Abstract

The same as you? (SAY) (Scottish Executive, 2000) was launched by the Scottish Executive in May 2000 and reviewed the services then available to people with learning disabilities and people on the autism spectrum. It said that people with learning disabilities had the right to be included in, and contribute to, society, to have a voice, and to have access, with their families, to support to live the life of their choosing. It contained 29 recommendations intended to drive a change programme to improve services.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherScottish Government Social Research
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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Bibliographical note

School: sch_nur

Keywords

  • Learning disability Autism spectrum social inclusion government policy

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Allan, L., Brown, J., Brown, M., & Stevenson, T. (2011). The same as you? 200-2012 health outcomes evaluation report. Scottish Government Social Research.
Allan, L. ; Brown, J. ; Brown, Michael ; Stevenson, T. / The same as you? 200-2012 health outcomes evaluation report. Scottish Government Social Research, 2011.
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