Transition to Adult Services and Adulthood for Young People with Autistic Spectrum Conditions

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Transition to Adult Services and Adulthood for Young People with Autistic Spectrum Conditions. / Beresford, Bryony Anne; Moran, Nicola Elizabeth; Sloper, Tricia; Cusworth, Linda Suzanne; Mitchell, Wendy Ann; Spiers, Gemma Frances; Weston, Katharine Helen; Beecham, J.

York : Social Policy Research Unit, 2013. 193 p. (SPRU Working Paper; Vol. DH 2525).

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Harvard

Beresford, BA, Moran, NE, Sloper, T, Cusworth, LS, Mitchell, WA, Spiers, GF, Weston, KH & Beecham, J 2013, Transition to Adult Services and Adulthood for Young People with Autistic Spectrum Conditions. SPRU Working Paper, vol. DH 2525, Social Policy Research Unit, York.

APA

Beresford, B. A., Moran, N. E., Sloper, T., Cusworth, L. S., Mitchell, W. A., Spiers, G. F., ... Beecham, J. (2013). Transition to Adult Services and Adulthood for Young People with Autistic Spectrum Conditions. (SPRU Working Paper; Vol. DH 2525). York: Social Policy Research Unit.

Vancouver

Beresford BA, Moran NE, Sloper T, Cusworth LS, Mitchell WA, Spiers GF et al. Transition to Adult Services and Adulthood for Young People with Autistic Spectrum Conditions. York: Social Policy Research Unit, 2013. 193 p. (SPRU Working Paper).

Author

Beresford, Bryony Anne ; Moran, Nicola Elizabeth ; Sloper, Tricia ; Cusworth, Linda Suzanne ; Mitchell, Wendy Ann ; Spiers, Gemma Frances ; Weston, Katharine Helen ; Beecham, J. / Transition to Adult Services and Adulthood for Young People with Autistic Spectrum Conditions. York : Social Policy Research Unit, 2013. 193 p. (SPRU Working Paper).

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