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12 So What About Us? User Views on Provision for Young Adults
  1. Ros Scott
  1. Children’s Hospice Association Scotland

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Introduction: In recent years, medical advances have influenced the outcome of some children’s conditions. Many young people are therefore living longer, becoming adults with children’s life-limiting conditions and, in the Children’s Hospice Association Scotland (CHAS), are now a growing percentage of the user group. CHAS decided to undertake research to assess how effective our current services were …

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