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Learning Disability and Social Inclusion
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Series Editors' Introduction. Glossary of Abbreviations. 1. Setting the Scene: Key Trends in Policy Development; 2. Moving On From School; 3. Finding and Sustaining Training and Employment; 4. Promoting Health and Well-being; 5. Co-ordinating Service Provision; 6. Conclusions. References. Index.

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Gillian MacIntyre is a lecturer in the Glasgow School of Social Work, a joint school of the Universities of Glasgow and Strathclyde.

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'All those responsible for policy development and the provision of services for people with learning disabilities should read this book. That will not be a difficult task given that it is only 96 pages in length and has been written with commendable clarity and objectivity. If the points of constructive criticism made by MacIntyre are taken on board, we might move to a position where we have a wider range of services for people with learning disabilities that are more imaginative and realistic.' Research, Policy and Planning

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