Good Practice Guidance On Working With Parents With A Learning Disability

October 2017

Community Health

Country of origin: UK

Good practice guidance, including a summary of relevant legislation and policy, on how adult and children?s services should work together to improve support to parents with a learning disability and their children.

Good practice guidance on working with parents with a learning disability is available to download as a PDF file.

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