If you don't ask you don't get - review of services to people with learning difficulties

The Yard, Edinburgh

Year of publication
1999
Author
Kirsten Stalker et al
Abstract

The purpose of this three-month study was to explore the views of people with learning disabilities and their carers about social work and health services. The Scottish Executive set out seven topics for enquiry. Twenty-five focus groups and six supported interviews with people with communication disabilities were held across Scotland. One further interview took place with an older person. In all, 124 people took part - 74 people with learning disabilities, 41 family carers and nine parents accompanying children to focus groups

 
If you don't ask you don't get - review of services to people with learning difficulties