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Choice and change: disabled adults' and older people's experiences of making choices about services and support

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Choice and change: disabled adults' and older people's experiences of making choices about services and support. / Baxter, K; Rabiee, P; Glendinning, C.

4 p. York : Social Policy Research Unit, University of York. 2011. (Research Works; Vol. 2011-04).

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Harvard

Baxter, K, Rabiee, P & Glendinning, C 2011, Choice and change: disabled adults' and older people's experiences of making choices about services and support. Social Policy Research Unit, University of York, York. <http://www.york.ac.uk/inst/spru/pubs/rworks/2011-04June.pdf>

APA

Baxter, K., Rabiee, P., & Glendinning, C. (2011). Choice and change: disabled adults' and older people's experiences of making choices about services and support. Social Policy Research Unit, University of York. http://www.york.ac.uk/inst/spru/pubs/rworks/2011-04June.pdf

Vancouver

Baxter K, Rabiee P, Glendinning C. Choice and change: disabled adults' and older people's experiences of making choices about services and support. 2011. 4 p.

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Baxter, K ; Rabiee, P ; Glendinning, C. / Choice and change: disabled adults' and older people's experiences of making choices about services and support. 2011. York : Social Policy Research Unit, University of York. 4 p. (Research Works).

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