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Centres for People with Intellectual Disabilities: Attendees’ Perceptions of Benefit

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Day and community learning centres aim to provide intellectually disabled (ID) people with social support, life skills and greater control over their lives. However, there is little research exploring the benefits of attendance from the perspective of attendees and whether these goals are met.
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Keywords: community; intellectual disability; learning centre

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: November 1, 2016

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