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Multiple disabilities/conditions

Author Anarutowski
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#1 | Posted: 13 Feb 2013 11:31
I would appreciate some clues with these Q:

Explain the importance of informal networks in
providing support to individuals with multiple
conditions and/or disabilities

Explain where additional advice, guidance or
support can be accessed to improve own practice - I have senior colleagues, manager, professionals involved with individuals e.g epilepsy nurse, speech therapist, charity organisations; have I missed anything?

Thank you
Author steadysue
Forums Member
#2 | Posted: 20 Feb 2013 22:21
Hello,
Informal networks can provide a very wide range of ideas, knowledge and expertise, keep it informal and participants are less liklely to be possesive or precious with their support.
I'd add internet, magazine articles, books, reports.
Steadysue
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