Parenting and people with learning disabilities
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Parenting and people with learning disabilities

Diana Neaves Nursing student

What kind of support is available to parents who have learning disabilities? Diana Neaves reflects on the issues that arose during a community placement

On a recent community placement, I had the opportunity to work with Elizabeth (not her real name). Her story and that of her family need to be brought to a wider audience.

Learning Disability Practice. 11, 8, 28-31. doi: 10.7748/ldp2008.

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