Finding the right place for Scotland's disabled children

Kirsten Stalker, Chris Jones, Vicki Welch

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Abstract

There are a number of concerns that disabled children in Scotland are waiting longer than others for permanency. Kirsten Stalker, Chris Jones and Vicki Welch attempt to find out why.
LanguageEnglish
Pages18
Number of pages1
JournalChildren in Scotland
Issue number164
Publication statusPublished - May 2015

Keywords

  • disabled children
  • looked after children
  • challenging behaviour

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Stalker, K., Jones, C., & Welch, V. (2015). Finding the right place for Scotland's disabled children. Children in Scotland , (164), 18.
Stalker, Kirsten ; Jones, Chris ; Welch, Vicki. / Finding the right place for Scotland's disabled children. In: Children in Scotland . 2015 ; No. 164. pp. 18.
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Finding the right place for Scotland's disabled children. / Stalker, Kirsten; Jones, Chris; Welch, Vicki.

In: Children in Scotland , No. 164, 05.2015, p. 18.

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