Vulnerable young people unfairly at risk from antisocial behaviour orders

Ahmed, Maria
February 2005
Community Care;2/24/2005, Issue 1561, p12
Addresses that some children with learning disabilities are at risk of being given antisocial behaviour disorders because their conditions are misunderstood. Extent of the protection of the antisocial behaviour legislation for people with learning difficulties; Forms of learning disability; Definition of antisocial behaviour.


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