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  • Published in Paediatric nursing 2007

Complex needs: improving access to out-of-school activities.

@article{Brett2007ComplexNI,
  title={Complex needs: improving access to out-of-school activities.},
  author={Jane Brett},
  journal={Paediatric nursing},
  year={2007},
  volume={19 10},
  pages={
          36-9
        }
}
All children, regardless of the extent of their disability, should be able to attend school and access the curriculum in the fullest way, including school trips. A significant increase in the number of profoundly disabled children who require healthcare interventions may mean that school nursing services can no longer provide a direct service to facilitate each child's full access to the curriculum, especially support for out-of-school activities for children with complex medical needs. With… CONTINUE READING

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