The PATH and MAPS Handbook

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ISBN-13 : 9781895418910

Page : 150 pages

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"Finally, an approach that puts the person at the helm and offers concrete ideas for genuine support, pride, dignity and personalized participation of a labeled person and their support staff. You are going to love this book - and give it to everyone with whom you work." -- Publisher's website.

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