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'In a bad week for the learning disability sector let’s not ignore all the good work'
Steve Ford, Editor
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For two of its care homes, the Scottish veterans’ charity Erskine has recruited an advanced nurse practitioner who provides a rapid on-site response to residents’ health concerns
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