Can the hope of ending long-term segregation for service users now become a reality?
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Can the hope of ending long-term segregation for service users now become a reality?

Erin Dean Health journalist

For people with a learning disability and/or autism there has been little progress in reducing long-term segregation, but a positive intervention programme could change that

Reducing long-term segregation for people with a learning disability or with autism has been highlighted as a priority by the NHS in recent years, but what progress is being made?

Mental Health Practice. 25, 5, 9-11. doi: 10.7748/mhp.25.5.9.s3

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