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Housing, disabled children and their families

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Housing, disabled children and their families. / Oldman, C; Beresford, B.

York : Joseph Rowntree Foundation. 1998. (Findings).

Research output: Other contribution

Harvard

Oldman, C & Beresford, B 1998, Housing, disabled children and their families. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York.

APA

Oldman, C., & Beresford, B. (1998). Housing, disabled children and their families. Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Vancouver

Oldman C, Beresford B. Housing, disabled children and their families. 1998.

Author

Oldman, C ; Beresford, B. / Housing, disabled children and their families. 1998. York : Joseph Rowntree Foundation. (Findings).

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title = "Housing, disabled children and their families",
abstract = "The majority of disabled children live at home on a permanent basis with their families. They have been identified as a group which 'slips through the net' in terms of meeting their housing needs. Researchers at the University of York have carried out the first in-depth study of the impact of housing on the lives of disabled children and their families.",
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AU - Beresford, B

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T3 - Findings

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