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Hallas' The Care of People with Intellectual Disabilities - 9th Edition

by Charles H. Hallas

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0750626534, Paperback)

This classic text presents current best practice in the multi professional care of people with intellectual disabilities. It has been planned so that it can be used as a 'ready reference' on what each discipline contributes and as a literature source. Most importantly, it provides benchmarks for quality of care. It can be used as a manual in primary health care, in hospital settings, and in resource centres.



As institutions close and community care develops, there is a new thrust to educate primary health care professionals to work in different ways and with a wider range of clients. The book has therefore been largely rewritten to address health needs in this changing context. However, with its strong practical emphasis and a first class team of writers, the book remains a key introductory text.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:19:22 -0400)

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