Special parenting and the combined skills model

Author: Young, S.; Hawkins, T.
Year: 2006
Reference Type: Journal Article
Journal/Book Title: Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities
Volume: 19
Issue: 4
Pages: 346-355
Abstract: Background The Child and Special Parenting Service provides flexible 68, long-term domiciliary support and home-based teaching to intellectually disabled parents. It provides key coordination between the Learning Disability Service and the Children's Service with focussed parenting 68s, where issues of child care and protection proceedings arise.

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