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The Meaning of ‘choice and control’ for People with Intellectual Disabilities who are Planning their Social Care and Support

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This paper questions consumerist assumptions in current English social care policy and aims to look behind the processes of personalization to interrogate what ‘choice and control’ means in the lives of a diverse group of people with intellectual disabilities.
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Keywords: autonomy; choice and control; intellectual disability; personal budgets; relational autonomy; support planning

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2017

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