SCIE Report 24: Personalisation and learning disabilities: A review of evidence on advocacy and its practice for people with learning disabilities and high support needs

By Annie Lawton

Published: October 2009

Evidence suggests that people with learning disabilities and high support needs are likely to be left behind in social care services provision while those who are more independent have more choice and control over social care services.

This review was commissioned by SCIE to identify and consolidate the available evidence of progress and innovation in advocacy practice in relation to people with learning disabilities and high support needs.

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