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An evaluation of the implementation of local area co-ordination in Scotland - final report

Stalker, K. and Malloch, M. and Barrie, M. and Watson, J. (2007) An evaluation of the implementation of local area co-ordination in Scotland - final report. [Report]

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Abstract

Local area co-ordination (LAC) originated in Australia and was introduced to Scotland in the form of a recommendation in The same as you? report, following a national review of services to people with learning disabilities. With a strong, person centred value base, LAC is an innovative way to support individuals and families to build a 'good life' and to strengthen the capacity of communities to welcome and include disabled people.