Story of Ted Hughes

Australia, 1954

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The story of the rehabilitation of a youth who lost a leg in an accident as a boy. The services rendered by the Rehabilitation Branch of the Social Services are indicated including physiotherapy, occupational therapy, study and recreation. Problems of employing disabled people are studied with recognition given to the fact that it is ability, not disability, that counts.

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Shan Benson



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