Unlocking key working: An analysis and evaluation of key worker services for families with disabled children

Suzanne Mukherjee, Bryony Beresford and Patricia Sloper

Parents, researchers, practitioners and policy makers have all identified the need for key worker services for families with a disabled child.

This report is based on a project in which multi-agency key worker services were planned, developed and implemented in two local areas. It provides a unique insight into how, and how not, to go about establishing such services. A companion volume, Real change not rhetoric, describes the innovative approach the project took to getting research findings translated into practice on the ground.

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