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Alternatives to ATUs?

"With the exceptions of students, the armed forces and religious orders few adults opt to live in groups." Steven Rose, Choice Support CEO

"People should be supported to live individually, with a friend, or as a couple", argues Choice Support CEO Steven Rose in his Learning Disability Today (LDT) blog.

Steven identifies key success factors for supporting people to move out of ATUs. His thoughts are based on many years of experience of supporting people to move out of traditional learning disability hospitals and, more recently, ATUs.

You can read Steven's blog at Learning Disability Today here.

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