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Evaluating a community nursing service: listening to the voices of clients with an intellectual disability and/or their proxies

Koch, T., Marks, J., Tooke, E.,

Academic Literature

2001

This article seeks to evaluate a specialist nursing service programme for people with an intellectual disability residing in the community. The findings confirm the high regard in which the programme is held. Service evaluation is crucial in providing evidence for programme funders. The favourable outcome of this evaluation meant that the programme gained funding for another few years.

Publication information

Journal/Publication : Journal of Clinical Nursing

Location : Australasia

Domain/s: Community and civic participation

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