Involving people with learning difficulties in staff recruitment (summary)

@inproceedings{1996InvolvingPW,
  title={Involving people with learning difficulties in staff recruitment (summary)},
  author={},
  year={1996}
}
  • Published 1996
M o re organisations are beginning to involve people with learning difficulties in choosing staff, and service users themselves have highlighted this issue as c rucial if they are to be fully involved in planning and delivering serv i c e s . Ruth Townsley and Marg a ret Macadam of the Norah Fry Research Centre e x p l o red the extent and nature of user involvement in re c ruiting staff for s t a t u t o ry, voluntary and private day and residential services. They found: 

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