Care of the Disabled

@inproceedings{Brown1952CareOT,
  title={Care of the Disabled},
  author={C. Metcalfe Brown},
  booktitle={The Hospital},
  year={1952}
}
unuer treatment and training receive their full pensions and allowances, which will be employed to meet the expense of their upkeep. Enham Place is a large estate of some 1,027 acres, and is situated about three miles north of Andover Junction, on the Newbury road. On it are three hamlets and five farms, a pest office, a village hall, and a club; the principal building, however, is Enham Place itself, a large country house in which accommodation is found for 100 men. It also houses the medical… CONTINUE READING