Stalker, K. (2002) Young disabled people moving into adulthood in Scotland. Discussion paper. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York, United Kingdom.
The Joseph Rowntree Foundation recently published a Foundations (Morris, 2002) reviewing research, policy and practice relating to young disabled people moving into adulthood in England. This Foundations reviews the situation in Scotland which, increasingly, has its own distinct legal and policy framework. A few, but not many, Scottish studies have explored young disabled people's transition to adulthood: not surprisingly, these indicate that young people's aspirations and experiences are very similar to those of their peers south of the border. A number of official documents have identified difficulties around the move into adulthood for young disabled people and a major policy initiative relating to transition, the implementation of the Beattie report Implementing inclusiveness - realising potential, is now under way.
|Item type: ||Monograph (Discussion paper)|
|ID code: ||8768|
|Keywords: ||adulthood, disability, transition, inclusion, future needs assessment, SENDA, legislation, social work, legal framework, relationships, Beattie report, further education, higher education, Social pathology. Social and public welfare, Education|
|Subjects: ||Social Sciences > Social pathology. Social and public welfare|
|Department: ||Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (HaSS) > School of Social Work and Social Policy > Social Work|
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|Depositing user: ||Strathprints Administrator|
|Date Deposited: ||23 Sep 2009 12:38|
|Last modified: ||19 Mar 2012 20:43|
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