An evaluation of the use of advocacy with an adult seeking a diagnostic assessment for Asperger syndrome
Gillian Quinn is a person with Asperger syndrome who works for a large UK charity, with specific responsibility for advocacy. In this paper, she describes the work she did with a young woman who sought assessment with a view to gaining a formal diagnosis of Asperger syndrome. She highlights the potential benefits of advocacy in this area and some of the issues involved.
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Document Type: Regular Paper
Publication date: May 1, 2009
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