Better than being at home: disabled children's views about school

C. Connors, K. Stalker, J. Scott (Editor), H. Ward (Editor)

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    Abstract

    This chapter prsesnts findings from a 2 year study funded by the Scottish Executive exploring disabled children's understandings and experiences of disability and impairment. the chapteer outlines the social relational model of disability, which provided a theoretical framework for the study and the research methods used. Some policy and practice implications are highlighted.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationSafeguarding and Promoting the Well-being of Children, Families and Communities
    Place of PublicationLondon, United Kingdom
    Pages121-133
    Number of pages12
    Publication statusPublished - 2005

    Publication series

    NameChild Welfare Outcomes
    PublisherJessica Kingsley

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    Keywords

    • social policy
    • disability
    • impairment
    • social relational model
    • education
    • school
    • children
    • SENDA

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    Connors, C., Stalker, K., Scott, J. (Ed.), & Ward, H. (Ed.) (2005). Better than being at home: disabled children's views about school. In Safeguarding and Promoting the Well-being of Children, Families and Communities (pp. 121-133). (Child Welfare Outcomes). London, United Kingdom.
    Connors, C. ; Stalker, K. ; Scott, J. (Editor) ; Ward, H. (Editor). / Better than being at home : disabled children's views about school. Safeguarding and Promoting the Well-being of Children, Families and Communities. London, United Kingdom, 2005. pp. 121-133 (Child Welfare Outcomes).
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    Connors C, Stalker K, Scott J, (ed.), Ward H, (ed.). Better than being at home: disabled children's views about school. In Safeguarding and Promoting the Well-being of Children, Families and Communities. London, United Kingdom. 2005. p. 121-133. (Child Welfare Outcomes).