Me and my job... Fighting injustices very day

December 2010
Learning Disability Today;Dec2010, Vol. 10 Issue 10, p34
The article presents an interview with Sam Sly, a British regulation, health and social care consultant who also works as a senior manager for the disability organization United Response. When asked where she is based when working for United Response, Sly says that she is based in Truro, England. She comments on the best features of her job. Sly believes that it is important to fight against the injustices that people with learning disabilities face on a daily basis.


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