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Breaking the ATU impasse

Steven Rose, our Chief Executive, asks why there are still so many people living in ATUs?

Following exposure of the Winterbourne View scandal in 2011 Steven Rose, Choice Support's Chief Executive, asks why so many people are still living in Assessment and Treatment Units (ATUs) in his blog published by Learning Disability Today.

Steven considers the barriers facing people and their families and possible ways forward to break the impasse.

Read Steven's blog in Learning Disability Today.

 

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