A Matter of Chance Episode 5


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One of a series which looks at the problems and aspirations of the disabled. For many people with severe physical disabilities, some form of institutional care is inevitable. Anne Deveson looks at two institutions which are run on very different lines, and talks to people at each establishment - one is somewhat large and impersonal and the other is small and friendly

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