Me and my job... Making the difference

Scott, Peter
July 2011
Learning Disability Today;Jul2011, Vol. 11 Issue 6, p29
The article presents an interview with Peter Scott, the chief executive of the learning disability charity ENABLE Scotland. When asked where the charity is based, Scott says that is based in Glasgow, Scotland. He comments on the aspects of the job which he enjoys the most. Scott believes that the charity's staff and volunteers make a difference in the lives of people with learning disabilities on a daily basis.


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