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They say every child matters, but they don't: an investigation into parental and carer perceptions of access to leisure facilities and respite care for children and young people with autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) or attention deficit, hyperactivity

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Authors
David Thompson, Mahmoud Emira
Title
They say every child matters, but they don't: an investigation into parental and carer perceptions of access to leisure facilities and respite care for children and young people with autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) or attention deficit, hyperactivity
Journal
Disability and Society
Year
2011
Volume
26
Issue
1
Page(s)
pp. 65-78.
Abstract Link
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Publication Format
Journal Article
Scientific Validity
Peer-Reviewed, Interview Study
Keywords
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Attitudes/Beliefs, Autism, Child/Children, Inclusion and Exclusion, Intervention, Leisure, Mixed / Diverse Group, Short Breaks, Training Professionals/Paraprofessionals

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