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Transitions to adult services by disabled young people leaving out of authority residential schools

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Transitions to adult services by disabled young people leaving out of authority residential schools. / Beresford, B; Cavet, J.

4 p. University of York, York : Social Policy Research Unit. 2009. (Research Works; Vol. 2009-04).

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Harvard

Beresford, B & Cavet, J 2009, Transitions to adult services by disabled young people leaving out of authority residential schools. Social Policy Research Unit, University of York, York. <http://www.york.ac.uk/inst/spru/pubs/rworks/july2009-04.pdf>

APA

Beresford, B., & Cavet, J. (2009). Transitions to adult services by disabled young people leaving out of authority residential schools. Social Policy Research Unit. http://www.york.ac.uk/inst/spru/pubs/rworks/july2009-04.pdf

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Beresford B, Cavet J. Transitions to adult services by disabled young people leaving out of authority residential schools. 2009. 4 p.

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Beresford, B ; Cavet, J. / Transitions to adult services by disabled young people leaving out of authority residential schools. 2009. University of York, York : Social Policy Research Unit. 4 p. (Research Works).

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