Risks, rights and the role of the state: Parents with learning disabilities

Published: 07/06/2018

Understanding work with parents who have a learning disability and what effective practice might look like.

Dez Holmes, Director of Research in Practice talks to Danielle Turney and Beth Tarleton, the authors of our Strategic Briefing: Supporting parents with learning difficulties. They discuss working with parents who have a learning disability, how understanding has changed over time and what effective practice might look like.

This Podcast is the first in a series on the subject of risks, rights and the role of the state.

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