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The Aylesbury Story — Development of New Work and Daytime Opportunities For People with Mental Health Problems in Aylesbury Vale

Mike Daley (Aylesbury Clubhouse, Chamberlain Road Enterprises and QEST Employment Support Team)
Jeffrey Orange (Aylesbury Clubhouse, Chamberlain Road Enterprises and QEST Employment Support Team)
Adam Pozner (Aylesbury Clubhouse, Chamberlain Road Enterprises and QEST Employment Support Team)
Helen Phillips (Aylesbury Clubhouse, Chamberlain Road Enterprises and QEST Employment Support Team)
Jane Woodhouse (Aylesbury Clubhouse, Chamberlain Road Enterprises and QEST Employment Support Team)

A Life in the Day

ISSN: 1366-6282

Article publication date: 1 May 2000

Abstract

This is a story of partnership in action — the successful transformation of an outdated industrial therapy unit into a range of services that meet the diverse needs of individuals in an economically mixed locality in the south of England. The article is also a product of collaboration between people and perspectives.

Citation

Daley, M., Orange, J., Pozner, A., Phillips, H. and Woodhouse, J. (2000), "The Aylesbury Story — Development of New Work and Daytime Opportunities For People with Mental Health Problems in Aylesbury Vale", A Life in the Day, Vol. 4 No. 2, pp. 6-15. https://doi.org/10.1108/13666282200000012

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