What’s new about our COVID-19 world?
Wendy Johnson Head, Safeguarding adults at risk, Learning disabilities, Great Western Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Swindon
Restrictions during the pandemic are all too familiar to a neuroatypical person, like my daughter Rachael
By the time this column is read we will either be in the throes of, or coming out of, the world-changing pandemic that is COVID-19. I trust and pray that you and your loved ones have remained safe at this time of challenge and uncertainty.
Learning Disability Practice. 23, 3, 12-12. doi: 10.7748/ldp.23.3.12.s9
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