Author: Simon Duffy
Keys to Citizenship is now published by the Centre for Welfare Reform.
This is the Second and Enlarged Edition of Keys to Citizenship with a new chapter on Self-Directed Support.
Keys to Citizenship is a guide to getting good support for people with learning disabilities. It is an intensely practical book full of examples, information, tips and hints.
"This book provides a way for thoughtful people to create the Keys to Citizenship" John O'Brien
"It serves an excellent purpose for supporters, friends and families" Community Care
"This book will help people with learning difficulties achieve a real community life." Community Living
About 10,000 copies of this book have already been sold and it is particularly useful for people with learning difficulties, families, social workers and support staff or service providers.
Copies of the book can be purchased here.
This book used to be published by Paradigm - but publication was transferred to the Centre for Welfare Reform in 2011.
The publisher is the Centre for Welfare Reform.
Keys to Citizenship 2nd Edition © Simon Duffy 2006.
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Citizenship is a practical and achievable goal for all of us - the keys to citizenship explains how.
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Sam Sly describes where the Keys to Citizenship came from and how they've changed over time.