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Every Person is Worthwhile : Evaluation of Camphill St Andrew's Project

Lerpiniere, Jennifer and Hawthorn, Moyra and Young, Emma and Milligan, Ian and Welch, Vicki (2015) Every Person is Worthwhile : Evaluation of Camphill St Andrew's Project. [Report]

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    Abstract

    The Camphill St Andrew’s Project is a recent venture into a new format of service provision at Camphill (Aberdeen). The St Andrew’s Project has extended the range of service provision at Camphill to include groups of children and young people that have previously not received its support. They have accomplished this using a flexible and informal style of provision. This report is an evaluation of the Camphill St Andrew’s Project.