Older people with learning disabilities Part 2: accessing care and the implications for nursing practice
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Older people with learning disabilities Part 2: accessing care and the implications for nursing practice

Robert Jenkins Principal Lecturer, Unit for Development in Intellectual Disabilities, School of Care Sciences, University of Glamorgan, Wales

In the second of two articles, Robert Jenkins concludes his discussion of nursing care for older people with learning disabilities by considering some barriers to care and the implications for nursing practice. Part 1 discussed individuals, ageing and health.

Nursing Older People. 17, 1, 32-35. doi: 10.7748/nop2005.03.17.1.32.c2360

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