Individualised Support and Funding: Building blocks for capacity building and inclusion

@article{Lord2003IndividualisedSA,
  title={Individualised Support and Funding: Building blocks for capacity building and inclusion},
  author={John Lord and Peggy Hutchison},
  journal={Disability \& Society},
  year={2003},
  volume={18},
  pages={71 - 86}
}
The paradigm in disability supports is shifting away from institutional services and professional control towards self-determination and community involvement of people with disabilities. The assumption that the best way to provide disability supports is for government to give money to agencies or services, rather than directly to people with disabilities and their support networks, is being challenged. This article reports on findings and themes from a Canadian study that investigated… 
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