The impact of inaccessible health care services on the lives of blind and partially sighted clients and the implications of this for counselling practitioners

Mhairi Thurston, Allen Thurston

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Abstract

This research dialogues with politics. It was called as evidence for the Patient’s Right’s Bill Scotland in September 2010. Although not specifically designed as a piece of counselling research, the findings have implications for counselling policy regarding the provision of accessible counselling practice for blind and partially sighted clients as part of broader health
care services.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 23 Nov 2010
EventCOSCA 7th Counselling Research Dialogue: Working with Paradox: How Counselling Research can Dialogue with Politics, Policy and Practice - Terraces Hotel, Stirling, United Kingdom
Duration: 23 Nov 201023 Nov 2010

Other

OtherCOSCA 7th Counselling Research Dialogue
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityStirling
Period23/11/1023/11/10

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