Children with learning disabilities and transitions: lessons from research
Author: Christine Osborne, consultant, disabled children BIOG
Publication Date: 20 October 2011
Photo: John Birdsall/REX/Shutterstock
Introduction This review is about supporting children with learning disabilities through their life stages including, transition. A number of the other reviews and reference manuals have a broader remit including children with a wider range of impairments and a focus on support for parents who have a disabled child. The focus of this review is […]
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