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Positively Parents: Caring for a Severely Disabled Child; Taking Care; Running a Team for Disabled Children and Their Families; The Integration of Disabled Children into Mainstream Education: Ambitions, Theories and Practices

BMJ 1995; 310 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.310.6972.136 (Published 14 January 1995) Cite this as: BMJ 1995;310:136
  1. Lewis Rosenbloom

    Positively Parents: Caring for a Severely Disabled Child

    Positively Parents: Caring for a Severely Disabled Child, Bryony Beresford Social Policy Research Unit/HMSO, £12.50, pp 125 ISBN 0 11 701837

    Taking Care

    Taking Care Alison Cowen Joseph Rowntree Trust, pp 80. Available free of charge from The Family Fund, P O Box 50, York YO1 2ZX ISBN 1 872470 95 5

    Running a Team for Disabled Children and Their Families

    Running a Team for Disabled Children and Their Families, Martin F Robards MacKeith Press/Cambridge University Press, £25, pp 113 ISBN 0 901260 99 1

    The Integration of Disabled Children into Mainstream Education: Ambitions, Theories and Practices

    The Integration of Disabled Children into Mainstream Education: Ambitions, Theories and Practices, OECD, F Fr 40, pp 55 ISBN 92 64 14071 9

    The implications that childhood disability has for families, professional practice, and society are widely recognised. This does not mean, however, that coherent or even sensible provisions are available for disabled children and their families or even that the research …

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