Home, work and inclusion: the social policy implications of supported living and employment for people with learning disabilities

Ken Simons

Home, work and inclusion aims to ensure that the concerns of people with learning disabilities and their supporters are included in the wider debate about welfare reform.

The current Government's enthusiasm for radical reform brings both risks of 'unintended' side-effects and an opportunity to address the barriers faced by people with learning disabilities. The report explores a range of social policy areas including: housing and support services; the regulation of community care; the social security system; employment services; and access to adult and continuing education.

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