Me and my job... Striving for excellence... Doreen Kelly

February 2011
Learning Disability Today;Feb/Mar2011, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p35
The article presents an interview with Doreen Kelly, the director of Partners for Inclusion, a Scottish organization that provides support to individuals with learning and/or mental health disabilities. When asked where she is based, Kelly says that she is based in the coastal Scottish town of Kilmarnock. She comments on the things she most enjoys about her job. Kelly believes that there is no other job that could give her the same amount of satisfaction that she gets from her present job.


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