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Book review: Community Care and Inclusion for People with an Intellectual Disability

Independent consultant learning disability nurse, Gwen Moulster reviews Community Care and Inclusion for People with an Intellectual Disability.

Community Care and Inclusion for People with an Intellectual Disability

Robin Jackson and Maria Lyons (Eds)

Floris Books

£25.00 | 256pp

ISBN: 9781782503330

A variety of reflective and philosophical accounts that explore the widest context of community care are included in this book. It is a collection of personal views and experiences from several authors. There are several examples focusing on the provision of the Camphill Village model across the world and these do help to provide a philosophical continuity throughout the book.

Simon Jarrett’s chapter provides a useful reminder of the history of exclusion and inclusion of people who have learning disabilities. He concludes that exclusion is an anomaly which has only been in place for 150 years.

Examples

There are several international examples. The description of the National Disability Insurance

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