Helping my daughter to buy her own home
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Helping my daughter to buy her own home

Pauline Rogers Retired family carer, Huntington, York

Buying a house is often stressful, as Pauline Rogers discovered when she helped her daughter Alison make a purchase under a shared-ownership scheme

Enabling people with learning disabilities to buy their own homes is an ultimate example of the personalisation agenda. This article describes the process of buying a house under a shared-ownership scheme run by a housing association.

Learning Disability Practice. 13, 4,34-37. doi: 10.7748/ldp2010.05.13.4.34.c7761

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