Defining social inclusion of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities: an ecological model of social networks and community participation
Simplican, Stacy Clifford
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Simplican, Stacy Clifford; Leader, Geraldine; Kosciulek, John; Leahy, Michael (2015). Defining social inclusion of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities: an ecological model of social networks and community participation. Research in Developmental Disabilities 38 , 18-29
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