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Summers, Neil (2012). Enabling Families: A Model of Helping. In: Broussine, Eric and Scarborough, Kim eds. Supporting People with Learning Disabilities in Health & Social Care. London: SAGE Publications Ltd., pp. 81–98.

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Smith, Suzanne Jane; Powell, Jane E.; Summers, Neil and Roulstone, Susan (2019). Thinking differently? Autism and quality of life. Tizard Learning Disability Review, 24(2) pp. 68–76.

Kennedy, Karen; Pannell, Jenny and Summers, Neil (2004). Supporting good nutrition for people with learning disabilities. Housing, Care and Support, 7(3) pp. 25–29.

Summers, Neil and Jenkins, Christine (2001). Enabling Practice: An Investigation into the Support of Families with Children with Learning Disabilities. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 5(1) pp. 57–67.

Pannell, J; Pearce, J and Summers, Neil (2001). Supported Employment – Images of Possibility. Living Well, 2(2)

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Summers, Neil (2007). Emerging Themes: Analysis of data related to helping families with children with intellectual disabilities. In: Centre for Rehabilitation Zagreb Conference, 22-23 Nov 2007, Zagreb University.

Clarke, J; Scarborough, K and Summers, Neil (2005). Poster presentation - Community, Work and Family: Change and transformation. In: Community, Work and Family: Change and Transformation International Conference, 16/03/2005, Manchester University.

Smith, M; Hoggarth, S; Scarborough, K and Summers, Neil (2004). User involvement in health & social care. In: Practice, Education and Research, 21/01/2004, Middlesex University.

Summers, Neil (2003). Direct Payments: The UK Experience. In: Tokyo Annual Conference, 01/02/2003, Tokyo University.

Summers, Neil (1999). Empowering practice: Families with children with special needs. In: International Portage Conference, Jul 2001, York.

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Godsell, M. and Summers, N. (2004). Health Soft online courseware. HealthSoft Inc.


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