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Care Planning and Delivery in Intellectual Disability Nursing.


Care planning and delivery in intellectual disability nursing.

Ed. by Bob Gates.

Blackwell Publishing


308 pages




This resource for intellectual disability nurses offers practical guidance on the planning and delivery of care for people with intellectual disabilities. The first six chapters explore such topics as integrated care pathways and person-centered planning. Seven more chapters look at issues related to care planning in specific settings, such as in the family home or a small residential facility. Editor Gates is professor of learning disabilities at Thames Valley U., London.

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Date:Sep 1, 2006
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