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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 28, Number 6, November 2002

Parents as experts: the position of parents of children with profound multiple disabilities
pp. 443-453(11)
Authors: de Geeter, K. I.; Poppes, P.; Vlaskamp, C.

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Health of children considered for adoption
pp. 455-467(13)
Authors: Colver, A. F.; Gale, C.; Appleby, L.

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Parental participation in the habilitation process — evaluation from a user perspective
pp. 459-467(9)
Authors: Granat, T.; Lagander, B.; Börjesson, M.-C.

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Use of physiotherapy and alternatives by children with cerebral palsy: a population study
pp. 469-477(9)
Authors: Parkes, J.; Donnelly, M.; Dolk, H.; Hill, N.

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The meaning of parental illness to children: the case of inflammatory bowel disease
pp. 479-485(7)
Authors: Mukherjee, Suzanne; Sloper, Patricia; Lewin, Robert

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A prospective study of absence for illness and injury in childcare children
pp. 487-494(8)
Authors: Slack-Smith, L. M.; Read, A. W.; Stanley, F. J.

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Oscillating between hope and despair — a qualitative study
pp. 495-505(11)
Authors: Sällfors, C.; Fasth, A.; Hallberg, L. R.-M.

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A multimethod approach to the evaluation of community preschool speech and language therapy provision
pp. 513-521(9)
Authors: Glogowska, Margaret; Campbell, Rona; Peters, Tim J; Roulstone, Sue; Enderby, Pam

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Gender identity problems in autistic children
pp. 529-532(4)
Author: Mukaddes, N. M.

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