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Minority ethnic families caring for a severely disabled child

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Minority ethnic families caring for a severely disabled child. / Chamba, R; Ahmad, W; Hirst, M; Lawton, D; Beresford, B.

York : Joseph Rowntree Foundation. 1999, . (Findings).

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Chamba, R, Ahmad, W, Hirst, M, Lawton, D & Beresford, B 1999, Minority ethnic families caring for a severely disabled child. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York.

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Chamba, R., Ahmad, W., Hirst, M., Lawton, D., & Beresford, B. (1999). Minority ethnic families caring for a severely disabled child. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Vancouver

Chamba R, Ahmad W, Hirst M, Lawton D, Beresford B. Minority ethnic families caring for a severely disabled child. 1999.

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Chamba, R ; Ahmad, W ; Hirst, M ; Lawton, D ; Beresford, B. / Minority ethnic families caring for a severely disabled child. 1999. York : Joseph Rowntree Foundation. (Findings).

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