Mapping the future
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Mapping the future

Jim Blair Senior Lecturer, Learning Disabilities at St George’s Hospital and Kingston University
Anne Faulkner Divisional Education and Practice Development Nurse, South London and Maudsley NHS Trust

Jim Blair and Anne Faulkner report on an innovative way of bringing education and practice closer together

The National Health Service and services for people with learning disabilities have undergone a paradigm shift. Twenty years ago, the statutory sector was the sole provider of services to people with learning disabilities, but now the independent, voluntary and private sector play a significant role.

Learning Disability Practice. 4, 2, 22-26. doi: 10.7748/ldp2001.

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