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Guidance on making placements accessible for disabled social work students

Project: Non-funded ProjectProjects


This project evaluated the access that disabled students had to placements within social work courses. The evaluation included a review of the literature, analysis of case examples provided by education staff with British HEIs, and consultation with key people within social work education who were known to be proactive in making social work accessible.

Grant Holders: Bob Sapey and Rosemary Turner (Student Equal Opportunities and Disabilities Co-ordinator)

Publications/Outputs: Report, Access to Practice , available on the SWAP website