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Executive Summary: Home Care Re-ablement Services: Investigating the longer-term impacts (prospective longitudinal study)

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Executive Summary: Home Care Re-ablement Services: Investigating the longer-term impacts (prospective longitudinal study). / Glendinning, C; Jones, K; Baxter, K; Rabiee, P; Curtis, L; Wilde, A; Arksey, H; Forder, J.

10 p. University of York, York : Social Policy Research Unit. 2010.

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Glendinning, C, Jones, K, Baxter, K, Rabiee, P, Curtis, L, Wilde, A, Arksey, H & Forder, J 2010, Executive Summary: Home Care Re-ablement Services: Investigating the longer-term impacts (prospective longitudinal study). Social Policy Research Unit, University of York, York. <http://www.york.ac.uk/inst/spru/research/pdf/ReablementExec.pdf>

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Glendinning, C., Jones, K., Baxter, K., Rabiee, P., Curtis, L., Wilde, A., Arksey, H., & Forder, J. (2010). Executive Summary: Home Care Re-ablement Services: Investigating the longer-term impacts (prospective longitudinal study). Social Policy Research Unit. http://www.york.ac.uk/inst/spru/research/pdf/ReablementExec.pdf

Vancouver

Glendinning C, Jones K, Baxter K, Rabiee P, Curtis L, Wilde A et al. Executive Summary: Home Care Re-ablement Services: Investigating the longer-term impacts (prospective longitudinal study). 2010. 10 p.

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Glendinning, C ; Jones, K ; Baxter, K ; Rabiee, P ; Curtis, L ; Wilde, A ; Arksey, H ; Forder, J. / Executive Summary: Home Care Re-ablement Services: Investigating the longer-term impacts (prospective longitudinal study). 2010. University of York, York : Social Policy Research Unit. 10 p.

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