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Exploring learning disabilities: supporting belonging
Exploring learning disabilities: supporting belonging

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This free course was written by Liz Tilley and Jan Walmsley. It was first published in January 2020.

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Tables

Table 1: Learning disability statistics in England: Public Health England Public Health England (2016) Learning Disabilities Observatory: People with Learning Disabilities in England 2015 London, Public Health England. https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/ government/ uploads/ system/ uploads/ attachment_data/ file/ 613182/ PWLDIE_2015_main_report_NB090517.pdf

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