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Four Go Flatting
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Four Go Flatting

The Individualised Funding Resource Handbook and DVD is based on the experiences of four families who set up a flat for their adult children, all living with an intellectual disability.

Four Go Flatting is a detailed account of the milestones and obstacles the families encountered in their quest to create a vibrant, safe and happy living environment best suited to their whanau/family members. This handbook will provide ideas, suggestions and plenty of practical advice to get you started. The library has 2 copies of this resource to borrow from our or it is a free handbook so can be ordered by emailing PFRC on pfrcadmin@pfrc.org.nz or calling on 636 0351.  

NB: The library resources are available for ADSA library members to borrow. Unfortunately we do not sell direct to the general public.

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