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2 edition of Guidelines Designing Residences For Mentally Handicapped Adults (New Construction or Existing Building Purchase) Revised March 30, 1979. found in the catalog.

Guidelines Designing Residences For Mentally Handicapped Adults (New Construction or Existing Building Purchase) Revised March 30, 1979.

Ontario. Ministry of Community and Social Services.

Guidelines Designing Residences For Mentally Handicapped Adults (New Construction or Existing Building Purchase) Revised March 30, 1979.

by Ontario. Ministry of Community and Social Services.

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•!To know the cost of services. •!To be informed of all client rights. •!To exercise one’s own client rights without reprisal.

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